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Instead of a another cold, icy, snowy Valentine's day, why not take your sweety to
one of the most idyllic Caribbean islands there is. Pristine white powder soft
beaches, crystal clear turquoise waters, palm trees, tropical breezes is this year's
setting for our annual mid-winter Getaway.
We will stay at the All-Inclusive Club Med. Once you get there you can put away
your wallets - all the food, wine, alcohol, soft drinks, coffee & tea, sports,
entertainment and even tips are included in the price. These islands have been
designated as one of the top 10 Dive Sites in the world.
We call this our Do-As-Much-Or-Do-As-Little getaway. There are organized activities
offered from sunrise to sunset - do nothing more than sit out by the pool or on the
beach at the ocean - read and relax - book in one hand and a Pina Colada in the
Over the years we have established a special relationship with Club Med and the
Gluten-free food that is provided for us is outstanding - from bagels, pancakes and
toast and more in the morning - to pizza, chicken wings, french fries and much
more for lunch - to all kinds of soups, sauces and gravies with a variety of specially
prepared dishes for dinner. Oh yeah - and baked desserts for dinner as well.
Check out all the details at http://bobandruths.com and make your reservations
as soon as possible.