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Trips without the kids

POSTED: 11:42 AM Sep 04 2013

It's time to consider a grown-up getaway. Now is an ideal time for adults to take advantage of sought-after destinations, since tour operators, airlines and even high-end resorts often run specials to encourage travel during the shoulder season between summer vacation and the winter holiday travel rush.

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Fall discounts make it easier to head for the Caribbean where specials such as the "September Solos" at the BodyHoliday wellness resort in St. Lucia are designed to help solo travelers get super-fit. During this monthlong event, an inclusive itinerary filled with workouts, water sports, spa treatments and group social events -- even mixology classes -- can be had for $315 per person per night.

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