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St Thomas vs Puerto Rico

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I have a few simple question about traveling to the islands. My fiance and I would like to get married in St Thomas or PR. We've never been to the islands before and this is a very special trip for us. I've notice that St. Thomas is a bit more expensive and also have all inclusive resorts. PR doesn't offer all inclusive but it's much cheaper. The difference in cost is about $ 2,200 give or take. I don't think my fiance and I will eat or drink that much, plus the dinning reviews for St Thomas are not that great. I could be wrong!! I understand that if we do not get all inclusive we will be responsible for all (drinks/food). but after saving 2,200 i can afford it.

Whats the difference between the two, I don't want to compare apples and oranges but I cant have a bad experience. Please send me the Pros and Cons of both places, hold no punches. I'm looking for a 4-5 star resort, great sea food (preferably buffet style), no resort fee's, room service, wedding accommodations, and a ocean view.

Thanks in advance
Stiggers

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