Thursday, September 12, 2013


This week we will talk about the honeymoon.
How to plan it, Where to go,
What to pack?
Stay with me…

The Most Romantic Honeymoon Spots
You'll feel like you're on a movie set when you're in Tahiti sitting on the deck of a resort looking out over stunningly-blue waters while drinking fresh pineapple cocktails. In fact Tahiti, along with its sister islands of Moorea and Bora Bora, is a favorite vacation spot of Hollywood couples. While you're there, eat delicious tropical fish, watch Polynesian dance performances, and walk through rainforests and waterfalls, before falling asleep in an overwater bungalow.

Paris usually gets all the credit for romantic European spots, but I recommend honeymooners to check out the beautiful cities of Italy, where the piazzas of Rome and Florence are full of lovers eating at al fresco cafes with strolling musicians nearby. Spend a few days on a short trip away in Venice where you can be serenaded by a Gondolier, and set a goal to kiss on every bridge in the city. Or visit Tuscany where wine tours can be combined with seeing Renaissance churches and lush countryside.

Upstate New York is brimming with romance in fall, when Mother Nature puts on a show or in the winter when you can find reasons to snuggle on a snowy sleigh-ride. New York now boasts some world-renowned wineries and a wine tour is tailor-made for lovebird honeymooners.

Or for a change, see the world's most spectacular sunsets from the private terrace of your hotel room in Santorini Island, Greece. Perched on the crater or caldera, formed when an ancient volcano erupted, there's hardly a bad view in the house. For the most romantic vacation, avoid the tourist-packed months of July and August. 

Our honeymoon:
We celebrated our honeymoon in Prague. Romantic city, antique and stunningly beautiful.
Every morning we woke up excited and just waited to go to the town on the Term. (Like electric urban railway).
We spend the day in the old city from morning till after dinner, and then we went back to the hotel in the city.
To save costs of food, sometimes we bought at a local supermarket, or we ordered pizza to the TA.
The feeling was so romantic and we were so in love, we really could stay there forever.
Amazing city, the people were very polite and smiling.
The weather was great (October) and we were madly in love.
Prague is inexpensive and you can buy and spend in markets (they have amazing markets ...)
 You can feel just like in a fairy tale…
And I forgot to mention our budget was very, very low…

See you on the next post,

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