The Honeymoon

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Monday, April 2, 2012

Destination spotlight: Paris honeymoon

Paris France... awe yes!  What better way to start your new life together than in the city of love...ok, it's the city of lights...logistics. :). 

The first thing you'll want to do before embarking on an adventure of a lifetime is learn 'Je t'aime' which is the standard way to say "I love you" in French.  You may also want to learn 'je t'adore', which means 'I adore you'.  Whether you use 'je t'aime' or 'je t'adore', it's very common to add 'mon amour' (my love) to the end of the phrase in more whimsical situations.

Paris has a unique culture, food and energy but one thing is just like most other has four distinct seasons.  Choosing when to visit can make a huge difference in affordability and activity.
  • WINTER: If you're looking to save money on your Paris honeymoon you may want to consider visiting Paris in the winter.  Everything from ice skating at the Eiffel Tower to attending an opera you'll be able to find better deals this time of year. 
  • SPRING: There's nothing like Paris in the fact it's such a beautiful time that songs are written about it.  With Paris in full bloom romance is easy to come by.  Of course, anytime of year romance is easy to come by on your honeymoon.  Unfortunately, with great weather and beautiful scenery during the season, costs for honeymooners rise dramatically.
  • SUMMER: Paris residents know that the heat in the summertime can be unbearable and many head for the hills.  However, it's the perfect opportunity to take a boat tour down the Siene River or watch one of Paris' most memorable summer sunsets amidst the Eiffel Tower.  Just keep in mind that summer honeymoons in Paris mean higher costs and longer lines.
  • FALL: As fall rushes in so do the gorgeous fall foliage and colors.  Costs are lowered in the fall, making it a good time for a honeymoon in Paris.
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