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'Take me to Barbados' for Great Savings on Travel in 2011

Centre Daily Times "Barbados is pleased to provide travelers the opportunity to escape to the warm Caribbean island and enjoy hot savings with the Take me to Barbados package. The new initiative is loaded with incredible value on hotel stays, attractions, retail and dining outposts. Travellers may now through March 25, 2011 book an experiential Barbados vacation for travel April 25 – December 15, 2011.

The limited-time Take me to Barbados package invites visitors to customize vacations directly with travel agents, selecting options from a full range of the best hotels, attractions and activities available on island. Take me to Barbados offers an unforgettably authentic Caribbean experience at an exceptional value making it the best time to visit Barbados.

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