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St. Lucia Family Vacation Summer Savings -Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort Splashes Into Summer

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PR-CANADA.net "St. Lucia, known for its famed Pitons, lush rain forest and inviting Caribbean waters, is the perfect summer family vacation escape with incredible savings in 2010. The award-winning Green Globe certified luxury St. Lucia resort Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort announces 'Splash into Summer' savings, with 50 percent savings off of two-, three-, and four-bedroom villas. Two-bedroom villas start at $399 per night. Plus to ensure families fully enjoy the resort and St. Lucia, up to $1,400 in Sun Dollars (resort credit) will be provided per week depending on villa size selected. The summer program is valid for travel June 1 through September 5, 2010. This summer airfares to St. Lucia are the lowest ever, starting at only $256 roundtrip by American, JetBlue and Delta, and $298 roundtrip by WestJet and Air Canada, depending on departure gateway."
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