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Old 04-19-2010, 04:52 PM   #1
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antigua barbedos travel help :)

im wanting to book a vacation for me and the gf to one of these destinations. anyone have a site that has great deals for june july travel? also id like it to be all inclusive

also has anyone been to either destination and have anything they would like to mention about their visit there! id love to hear about it!
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The wife and I went to the Sandals in Antigua last year...we both really enjoyed it. The main pool with the swim up bar kicks ass
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i went with the family to antigua it wasnt all inclusive but it was a kick ass beach house gorgeous place tho ill def go again
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Back in 96 - 97 I went to Antigua twice to fix broken military aircraft. I got to stay two week the first time and a week the second time. Basically I fixed the jet on day one, then it contiuoned with its mission down range from the island and picked me up on the return trip. Antigua is about 4 hours flying from Charleston.

I stayed in Jolly resort. It was all inclusive. It was great. There are two parts. A typical hotel on the beach and some villias that backs up to water ways.

The villas had a little garage for a golf cart. I took over a golf cart from the flight crew while I was there and had a blast with that thing.

The second time I went I stayed in the hotel part and that was cool too.

The resort had plenty to do and if I remember correctly there were day trips to see other stuff. Keep in mind that when you get away from the resorts the county (at the time I was there) was really poor.

Both times I stayed there was no A/C in the villa or room I stayed in, but other villas and rooms did have A/C. I could not complain since it was a free trip to me.

For what it's worth the only thing I remember paying for was renting a jet ski on the beach.

I did stay one night in another resort because we got in so late the first night. It was a huge hotel on the beach, but I cannot remember the name of it. I do remember walking by a casino that seemed like it took up one hole floor. Everybody was dress to the 9's. It looked like something out of a Bond movie. I was dragging my bags and wearing BDU's at the time.

I would say google Jolly beach and resort to check it out. Good luck and I hope this helped a little.
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