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Antigua - Do Fodorites really go there ?

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I purchased Fodors Caribbean Guidebook a few years back and was taken to a comparison of the Caribbean islands on page 16 titled "Island Finder".

Antigua was rated with five stars for Beaches and Fine Dining : also with very good accommodation options and relatively lower costs than elsewhere in the Caribbean.

So we took the decision to go there for 9 days in late August this year as part of a trip around the globe from Australia.

I have found a few places to stay and would greatly appreciate any comments from those who have visited.

I like what I see online at Sugar Ridge Resort and Nonsuch Bay Resort. We would go Bed and Breakfast and venture out most days. Any comments greatly appreciated on those and other properties ? The properties mentioned fall in the USD 150-225 per night range

There appear to be a few great upmarket restaurants on the Island, but does anyone have suggestions for more middle-of-the-road ethnic or local dining experiences ?

Any advice on the subject of Antigua would be really helpful. Thank you.

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