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vacation spots #22440
09/11/2013 09:11 AM
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Looking for a vacation spot for April 2014. Last year went to Punta Cana. All-inclusive. adults only. Loved it! looking for somewhere else. Does not have to be adults only, just all-inclusive. any suggestions?

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Re: vacation spots [Re: greg1] #22441
09/11/2013 09:43 AM
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Many places in DR, other islands would include: Jamaica (quite a few), Cancun/Cozumel area (quite a few), there are some in Aruba, basically none in BVI or SXM although there are a couple. USVI has some also as with St. Lucia.

Might depend on your flight options as much as anything.


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Re: vacation spots [Re: Eric_Hill] #22442
09/18/2013 06:45 AM
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One of the most well liked and photographed of Bermuda’s pink-sand sandy shores is Horseshoe embayment sandy shore, which is bordered by rocky localities large for snorkeling. A lifeguard is on obligation here from May to September, making this a good alternative for families.

Re: vacation spots [Re: sabysmith] #22443
09/18/2013 10:22 AM
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Jet Blue flies non stop from Boston Logan to Cancun.
There are lots of AIs there and the price is right because supplies can be delivered by truck instead of ship!

Re: vacation spots [Re: bugambilias] #22444
09/18/2013 01:06 PM
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I wouldn't limit yourself to all-inclusive. There's so many other great options and I think in the end not that much more expensive.

All depends on what you want to do though, might be helpful to know that.


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Re: vacation spots [Re: maytrix] #22445
09/18/2013 03:14 PM
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maytrix said:
I wouldn't limit yourself to all-inclusive. There's so many other great options and I think in the end not that much more expensive.

All depends on what you want to do though, might be helpful to know that.


Absolutely correct! Agree.

Many travelers feel that leaving the resort could be dangerous or the food might be unhealthy. All Inclusive fees are not always a bargain.

Conversely there are people who just want to chill and not worry about anything. Those are the people who choose A-Is. There is something for everybody.

We found one resort through RCI that included breakfast and gave a ticket for one meal, either lunch or dinner. Drinks were available and room service too. Nice place, Fishermans Village, Playa del Carmen, Mexico.


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