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Need sun, sand, slushy drinks

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Hullo,
I'm feeling a little blue and am going to try to convince my SO that we need a short sunny mindless vacation. We haven't been to very many all-inclusives and it's been a billion years so I'm not up to date on what's available. If we go, it will be during the third week of February. Here's what I'm looking for:

- 4 nights
- all-inclusive
- not Dominican Republic or Mexico
- 3-star or better; preferably better
- hot, sunny, beachy
- Cuba would be good but I don't think I can get 4 days there.

I don't care much about sports except maybe snorkling. I just want to go, laze around the pool, read trashy novels and drink.

Any suggestions?
gtg

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