We end up doing the Duval Street stuff only about ten or fifteen percent of the time. The daytime hours for us are typically out and about on our bicycles, unless were on one of the boat trips. We really have had a good time on the Snorkel Trips for the Lower Keys. We like to stay as busy as possible doing all the sightseeing whether it's on the water or on the bicycles. We did learn that you gotta be careful with your bicycles, and only lock them up in designated locking stations. There are bike locking stations all over town, but sometimes they are full and you have to go up the street a little bit. Do not be tempted to lock your bicycle up to a coconut tree or a stop sign. The Key West police have been much more stringent upon how illegal bicycle locking is handled. It would be pretty frustrating if you come back in your bicycle is gone, and you probably would think it's stolen for good and you wouldn't even check with the police. Most people don't have the serial number of their bicycle either, or really know the name of it. You might even want to double lock your bicycles.