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Where to travel in November for warm vacation

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I am thinking of taking a vacation in late October/early November and would like to stay in the United States but would like to go somewhere warm. Does anyone have any suggestions where? I like beaches and like to have activities to do but don't want to hassle with having to make lots of plans (I would like this to be an active vacation that doesn't need a lot of planning or hassle). I want to go for 7 to 10 days and my budget is under $2000 to pay for everything (and spending even less would be much better).

I've thought about maybe hanging out in the keys, but wasn't sure what or where else might be good.

Suggestions???

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