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All Inclusive Ideas

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I'm trying to plan a family trip to celebrate my parents' 60th birthdays in late April/early May (it will be my mom and dad, as well as my brother and me - both in our mid 20s). My dad and brother both love to golf, and my mom and I love the beach. I'm looking for something that's all-inclusive so we don't have to worry about costs while we're there. My biggest hesitation with all-inclusive though is that we all love great food and good/fun restaurants. Does anyone have any recommendations for reasonably priced all-inclusives that have great restaurant options included? We have 4-5 nights, and need to be able to get there (preferably nonstop flights) from EWR (Newark, NJ) and Washington, DC. Thanks!!

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