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De-Taxing and Relaxing

June 1, 2008 By: Travel Agent Central Contributor Home-Based Travel Agent

From a historic Southern town to a Caribbean beach, creative ways for clients to spend their government rebate checks

Doing the Charleston A package at AAA Five-Diamond Wentworth Mansion in Charleston, SC, lets guests take a break from money and tax talk and enjoy a relaxing getaway for the cost of their government rebate. The three-day/two-night "De-tax and Relax" package lets couples experience the best of Charleston. It includes deluxe accommodations, dinner daily, a pictorial guide of the city and a horse-drawn carriage ride and walking tour through the historic district for $1,120, including tax and gratuity. The package is offered Sunday through Thursday from May 12 through June 9, and Sunday through Saturday June 10 through September 18. Additional Friday or Saturday nights are $450 and additional weekday nights are $405. For more information or to make a reservation, call 888-466-1886 or visit

Couples Resorts in Jamaica is offering a "secret rendezvous" travel deal. For the slightly adventurous and romantically inclined, guests choose and book their dates of travel and find out which of the four Couples resorts they are going to stay in seven days before departure (destination airport is the same for all resorts). All Couples resorts offer premium accommodations. The rates for this package are $390 per room, per night (or $195 per person) from June 1-30. A three-night minimum stay is required. For more information and reservations, visit Summer Deals in Italy from Avanti

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