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Romantic weekend getaways in the southeast?

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My husband and I are celebrating our 20th wedding anniversary and I would like suggestions on where to go for a 4 day weekend (thurs-sun) in late Sept. for just the two of us. I am fine with flying somewhere but given the fact that we only have 4 days, I don't want to spend most of it in the air or airport, so I guess that may keep us in the southeast. We'd be willing to spend some money to stay in a very nice hotel and although I considered the Ritz in Miami or Key Biscayne, we don't want to deal with crowds and noise. Someplace luxurious and relaxing would be wonderful. I would welcome any suggestions.

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