Jay and Jenny
Hello! We can't wait to see you at our wedding! We're such big travelers that we can't wait for our honeymoon to Spain and Morocco. Thank you so much - in advance - for helping make it wonderful. This honeymoon registry is in place of a gift registry. We combined our two apartments into one Manhattan apartment - and can barely squeeze in another book (though oh, Jay tries.) But we love experiences! And we'll take lots of photos!Morocco Spain Marrakesh, Morocco Fes, Morocco Barcelona, Spain
Our first night in Barcelona, we'll drink Sangria and eat tapas and drink a toast to our new marriage!
We'll get a glass of albarino at the wine bar Vinya del Senyor, just opposite one of Barcelona's favorite gathering spots, Santa Maria del Mar.
This 1899 amusement park has an old-timey ferris wheel that flies high above views of the city.
Supposedly "the meal of a lifetime." One of their specialties? Fried artichokes. "The restaurant is down an unmarked, narrow passage with a brooding figure standing in its arched portal," says the ...
From the sun-bleached homes of Andalucia to the plazas of Madrid, we'll tool around along the coast and then head into the interior.
This seaside city is the birthplace of paella and we'll have lunch on the tree-shaded terrace of El Rall, near the Central Market in the old city. (Jay will have paella. Jenny will have something w...
From the Turia Gardens to the monuments of the old city, we'll take a bike tour through one of the few flat cities of Spain.
Visiting this famous 14th century Moorish Palace will give us our first taste of Morocco - while we're stil in Spain.
We'll take a tour of Córdoba's incredible architecture, including the famous Mezquita-Catedral (a cathedral that was once a mosque).
We'll dive into the twisted passages of the medina with a guide and visit the Ben Youssef Medersa, a 16th-century Koran school.
The 19th-century Bahia Palace was built for the grand vizier's 4 wives and 24 concubines. We'll tour the gardens, courtyards and rooms.
We'll be steamed, lathered, exfoliated, massaged in oil by four hands and coated in local ghassoul clay. Then we'll have mint tea.
We'll take a desert tour, traveling by camel to a tent in the golden dunes of the Sahara, after driving through small Moroccan towns and visiting a kasbah.
We'll spend a day in Fez with a chef who will take us to buy ingredients in the Medina and then teach us to cook a delicious Moroccan dinner - which we'll then enjoy on their roof deck!
Just kinda wish you could buy us something we'd regularly use or look at? We'll buy something beautiful in the Fez medina after winding through its twisting streets and inhaling the aroma of spices.