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It’s hard to believe that Halloween is just around the corner. With Columbus Day in our rear-view mirror, we’re quickly headed toward shorter days, colder nights, and (for some of us) months of snow and ice.

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Destination Wedding: Aruba Marriott Resort Offers Tropical Escape

Stressed out by wedding planning? If your parents keep inviting friends and your budget is dwindling, consider a destination wedding at the Aruba Marriott Resort. Distant relatives and casual friends will opt out, so you can surround yourself with loved ones as you recite vows on the beach.

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AirTran to Increase Service to the Caribbean

AirTran has announced that it will soon expand its Caribbean flight operations, adding daily flights from Atlanta to Aruba and Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. The airline will also begin offering non-stop service from Milwaukee to Cancun, Mexico.

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