Some help/advice please ....

Old Aug 8th, 2001, 02:55 AM
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tivertonhouse
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As the owner of a syndicate of quirky,unusual,off-the-beaten track villas,estates and beach cottages in Jamaica,I can offer you the following properties for the first week of October that will fit your budget profile:A week on the South Coast atHORIZON for 2 for US$635 plus food/liquour, transfers,cook and private excursion guides for local and island-wide explorations; a suite for 2 at DRAMBUIE,Winston Churchill's former estate outside Montego Bay for US$1,100 incl.breakfasts,plus the above services;or a week at the new UNFORGETTABLE in Treasure Beach for US$1395 for 2,including round trip transfers,villa,staff,3 meals day. Our booked guests are also offered discount airfare on AMERICAN AIRLINES through cvoa, the Caribbean Villa Owners Association. Our private excursion guide service,Barrett Adventures,can take you to virtually anything or anywhere you fancy on island. See www.jamaicaescapes.com for more details.
Note too the comments from NYC guests who just returned from BLUE HOLE GARDENS,tho that property may be a tad primitive for you...
 
Old Aug 8th, 2001, 04:06 AM
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Karen
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I just was looking at aa.com for their 35% off sale and there are some terrific prices! I think Travelocity.com features many of the same trips that include air. Hope you found something that fits!
 
Old Aug 8th, 2001, 09:14 AM
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Julie
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Based on what you've said you're looking for (shopping, sightseeing, walks) I would suggest that you look more closely at Nassau, Aruba, St. Martin, St. Thomas, Bermuda, and Barbados. St. Barth is very expensive and may be out of your price range. Jamaica might also be a good choice, but many folks complain about the aggressiveness of vendors in Jamaica (this probably varies depending on where in Jamaica you would go). The other islands mentioned, like St. John, St. Kitts or St. Lucia are all very nice, but I suspect they will not have enough in the way of good shopping and sightseeing (unless you are into eco-tourism) to keep you happy. Aruba or Barbados might make the most sense during hurricane season since they are further south.
 

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