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We are thinking about a week get away in December. So far our first choice is Bermuda. I know the ocean temps are around 75 degrees which is fine (we're used to the Pacific and the water temp on an unusally warm day would be 65 degrees).

But we may not be able to get a time share exchange so we are wondering what alternative Caribbean Island would work. We like museums, history, and are not fans of a place with lots of touristy attractions, lots of all-inclusive resorts, etc.

I've been to St. Barts (which I loved), and St. Maarteen which was nice, but not worth a second trip back.

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