(Closed) Honeymoon in the US

posted 7 years ago in Honeymoons
Post # 3
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Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2011

My Fiance and I are in the same boat. We live in Washington and our plan is to go on a mini-moon until he’s settles into the Air Force, then go somewhere extravegant later on down the road. Unfortunately we can’t go anywhere tropical or humid…the Fiance hates hot weather Frown

 

Are you set on somewhere warm? If not, then western Washington is gorgeous and here in eastern Washington we are surrounded by beautiful lakes. Northern Idaho is wonderful too, and there are plenty of affordable resorts to choose from. The water doesnt usually start getting warm here until around June though.

 

If you are looking for someplace warm, the wine country in California is always a good choice. 

 

I’ve never been to Florida or the Keys but my Fiance has and he says its really fun down there. Vegas was fun, but a little too crowded for me. I’ve never been past Utah state so I’m not too sure what lies yonder on the east coast.

Post # 4
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45 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: May 2013

I’m going to New Symrna Beach, FL for our Honeymoon. My Mom has a timeshare down there (you can probably browse around and find a timeshare to rent for a week – they’re perfect because they have a full kitchen so you can save money by eating in some nights). I’m excited because it’s not a huge town so we’ll get some peace and quiet, but we’ll also have the pool, a beautiful beach, and be only 20 minutes from Daytona and an hour and a half from Orlando (I plan on dragging him to Disney for a day).

If you guys want a little more excitement there’s plenty of other places in FL you can go, the Keys are definitely a good choice. I personally love FL – it’s the perfect place to visit for a week or two when the weather is good and their beaches are amazing. I’ve been to Vegas twice and while I do enjoy it, I don’t think of it as a particularly romantic place to go.

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2010 - Ocean View Villas/Jasmine Seafood Restaurant

consider Santa Barbara, CA for the wine and the beach and the food without a bunch of tourists like Napa.  Or maybe Napa b/c then you can go to San Francisco.

Post # 6
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254 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

If you are interested in a tropical feel without the price tag, check out the Panhandle of FL (pensacola area). 

There are…

white sand beaches (even with condos and houses to rent out)

historical areas

wilderness (zip-line, canoe, tubing, hiking)

shoping (mall, Destin)

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