1. Jayelle Hudson

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    It may not be the most amazing historic place for some, but for me it was a dream. To see the room where Hemingway wrote his masterpieces, and to walk around the same rooms where he once lived was fascinating. I almost cried realizing this dream. The atmosphere is warm and inspiring. The grounds are well kept, the staff members are knowledgable and the cats adorable and friendly. I did not take the free guided tour that was offered as it had already started, but I over heard some parts, and I highly recommend it.

  2. Carlos Russo

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    Getting to see the house was awesome. The history behind it made it very appealing to me. Loved seeing the pictures, and getting the ‘inside’ look at how Hemingway spent his writing days there. Worth the price? Probably not. Honestly, I probably would have been alright viewing pictures online.

  3. ELMDODGE

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    interesting and enjoyable experience guides were excellent !

  4. Dan G

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    Well worth the $13. Urinal water fountain was coolest part after the amazing pool.

  5. Patricia Houlihan

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    Honestly, I’m surprised this would get such a high rating from trip advisor! Poorly maintained grounds, a less than enthusiastic docent and the interest in house cats leave more legacy than Hemingway. My only question is, what does the $13.00 admission go towards?