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#635088 - 10/05/10 09:24 PM Honeymoon..?
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Hi All; My partner and I are planning our wedding this year. My problem is our honeymoon. We have three children and I can't seem to get used to the idea that we will be going somewhere special without them! We don't want to take them with us as we wouldn't be able to do alot of the things we really want to do, like scuba diving, parasailing etc. How do I get used to the idea of leaving them for a week and make sure I relax on the honeymoon!? Regards
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#639523 - 11/01/10 01:10 AM Re: Honeymoon..? [Re: berryk]
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congratulation in advance for your wedding. about your luxury honeymoon, you can bring your kids with you but make sure that you have separate rooms. That way, you and your wife will have a privacy.


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#729274 - 12/06/11 12:01 PM Re: Honeymoon..? [Re: berryk]
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You can always pick a location that's not too far away. If you have kids and want to stay within a reasonable distance, try Marthas Vineyard. It's not Isla Mujeres or anything, but it's gorgeous, close, private and easy. This would be an especially good idea if you live in the Northeast. There's plenty of marthas vineyard hotels, so even if you're running out of time you could probably find something.

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