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Go aeiou

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If you want warm weather forget Scotland.
Seafood is fantastic in NE, but don't expect much southern fried.
Hawaii is nice year round. But somewhat of a waste to go for the beaches. There is just too much natural beauty to visit/enjoy.
You might look at the potential for catastrophic weather that could happen soon. It will take time to rebuild if that happens.
Unless you are in the mountains AZ will be 100+ degrees.
I don't know where ZIKA is, but wasn't it in Miami? If there I would think most of the Caribbean? But I don't know.
Outer Banks is nice if you haven't been and want hot weather. Not take your breath away heat like FL though.
If you want cooler weather maybe NYC and NE. Great food. Beautiful seashore in NE.
Iceland? Don't go for black beaches, but natural beauty. Cheap flights. If you fly to Reykavik you can stay 2-3 days and continue on to
Europe. Maybe London. Great food, plays, tourist sites, history.
Plenty of choices.
 
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volmanbill

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Wife and I are trying to plan a trip for the end of July. Will have 9 days off, so thinking a 7 night trip. Wanting to go somewhere relatively new to us, but also somewhere that we can have plenty of time to relax (thinking pool, beach, delicious food, etc). Only caveat is it can't have a Zika virus risk as we're trying to get pregnant. We've tossed around ideas that range from the Bahamas to Hawaii to New England to Scotland to Arizona. Any ideas?
You might look into Bermuda.
 
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Wife and I are trying to plan a trip for the end of July. Will have 9 days off, so thinking a 7 night trip. Wanting to go somewhere relatively new to us, but also somewhere that we can have plenty of time to relax (thinking pool, beach, delicious food, etc). Only caveat is it can't have a Zika virus risk as we're trying to get pregnant. We've tossed around ideas that range from the Bahamas to Hawaii to New England to Scotland to Arizona. Any ideas?
If the beach is what you’re after, try Cape San Blas. Low key, no traffic and delicious seafood. It’s my favorite area of Florida. Same beach beauty as destin but without the traffic and headaches of shopping.

The town of Port Saint Joe, Mexico Beach and Apalachicola could all use the influx of cash after the hurricane last October.
 

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If the beach is what you’re after, try Cape San Blas. Low key, no traffic and delicious seafood. It’s my favorite area of Florida. Same beach beauty as destin but without the traffic and headaches of shopping.

The town of Port Saint Joe, Mexico Beach and Apalachicola could all use the influx of cash after the hurricane last October.
Have those laces rebuilt yet?
 

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