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Last -minute(ish) spring break with teens. AARRGHH

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What to do? The teen trip another parent was planning for March has fallen through. I'm now trying to juggle all sorts of needs to come up with a trip that will please many/most .

The players include a few couples and singles (parents), and, depending on what we can find, anywhere from 4-8 teens (many 17 years old). The budget is about $1000 per person (5-6 nights) including flights from Atlanta though a few of the couples would be happy to pay more and want luxury.

The teens want activities.,lots of them, and plentiful food. The couples want to know that the teens are contained and safe plus they want quiet places to escape. Cruises can fit the budget but would be really crowded at this time of year, it seems. All-inclusives would be ideal, but many nicer quality ones are over budget. I can't figure out if Atlantis offers meal plans and/or large villas in which we could save on costs to make up for the high airfare. Please help!

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