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4-5 night suggestion

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I'm looking to have a vacation for 4-5 nights somewhere in Central America. We live in Florida and originally we were thinking about Costa Rica, but after reading a lot of posts it appears that Costa Rica has become a lot more expensive and there's a lot of tourists now. I'd prefer to stay away from tourists, so we were thinking about Nicaragua, since a lot of what I read appears to indicate Nicaragua seems to have less tourists and it is possibly safer.

I'm not sure if anybody else has any recommendations. It's for an anniversary and we'll probably be going in March, so it will only be the two of us.

Since we live in Florida and we've seen around the world so many beaches, I'm really not looking for just a beach location but more of a place that we can enjoy the culture, history and food and if there's a nice beach it's just an added bonus.

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