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Make a Beeline for Bea’s at the Beach

108 S. Beach Blvd., Suite A, Bay St. Louis, MS 39520, (228) 467-2800

Bea Connick’s is celebrating two years at its new location on the beach in Bay St. Louis. Owner Bea Connick doesn’t just share the same last name as her famous nephew, Harry Connick Jr., she also shares his artistic spirit. She started transitioning her cool clothes from day to night with fantastic accessories decades ago; which led to her opening her eponymous store stocking the Flax brand of women’s clothing. The 100 percent linen range, is easily accessorized with a huge selection of jewelry, hats, belts, scarves and shoes, including the Arcopedico brand. If you don’t need apparel, go for the designer linens.

 

Non-Stop Flight From NOLA to Montego Bay

(800) 309-4717, VacationExpress.com

Vacation Express, one of the largest tour operators in the Southeastern U.S., is offering some great deals on its exclusive non-stop service to Jamaica out of New Orleans. The all-inclusive vacation packages leave Louis Armstrong International Airport in Kenner and fly directly to Montego Bay on Saturdays and return Fridays. The company is also offering three-, four- and seven-night all-inclusive packages to Cancun, Mexico, from May until August. The Caribbean, Mexico and Central American travel specialist has won plaudits for both customer service and value-priced vacations 






 

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