Did some sightseeing and took advantage of the discounts offered for the weekend museum pass.
Truman's Little White House - (air conditioned, stairs, no strollers allowed). The tour was about 45 minutes long and boring for me personally. I think we were the youngest people in our group by about 40 years :) Nice staff though.
We ducked into the Clinton Mall (like an air conditioned tourist shopping plaza, not really a mall) and walked around Mallory Square. Had Cuban food for lunch at El Meson de Pepe. decent food, large portions, nice waitress, but not the authentic feel I was hoping for.
Took Little Man to the aquarium hoping he could cool off, but this was open air also. The majority of bars, restaurants, and attractions don't have A/C here, it seems like just the shopping areas do.
Headed back to the condo to cool off, and grilled steaks for dinner. The other adults went to happy hour while I put the baby to bed, and could not stop talking about the jazz flutist at Schooner Wharf Bar. Said he reminded them of Ron Burgundy.
Monday, we got up early to beat the heat and trekked over to Ernest Hemingway House (stairs, no AC) and Southernmost Point. Enjoyed the architecture of Hemingway House and all the cats lounging around - what a life they must live :) A cruise ship was in port and there was already a line for photos at southernmost point.
Made a pit stop at DJ's Clam Shack on Duval St on the way home. A bit expensive for a carry out lunch ($32 for two lobster rolls only), but it was stuffed with lobster and oh so good. I'd return if there weren't so many other places to try.
Decided to cool off in the pool for a bit, our little guy is such a water baby and loved it. Another dinner at home - grilled chicken kabobs from Publix. After baby bedtime, we returned to Smokin Tuna and Willie T's. I used a BOGO coupon from some brochure at willie T's and we got 2 mojitos and two beers for $18 plus tip. Duval on Monday is so much quieter than the weekend.