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Top 10 Celebrity Vacation Spots Feature Story

Top 10 Celebrity Vacation Spots Feature Story: "If it’s a Caribbean escape they’re after, the stars will be out in Anguilla. Known for its miles of pristine, uncrowded beaches and gourmet dining, Anguilla offers celebrities a luxurious island experience. Stars like Jay-Z, Beyonce, Courtney Cox-Arquette, David Arquette, Kevin Bacon and David Duchovny have been spotted vacationing in Anguilla, and the Cap Juluca resort has become a symbol of the island’s lavish splendor. Offering guests everything from a library to an aqua golf driving range, the resort commands its two miles of the island’s beach with silent regality. Guests can also enjoy activities like sailing, water-skiing, tennis, wind surfing and croquet."

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