Kristen and Thomas
Hi Everyone! First off, we want to say that your presence at our wedding is that greatest gift! We so appreciate the time, expense, and effort of traveling to be with us on our special day. Since we have been together for almost five years, we are very lucky to already have many of the "essential" home items a couple would need. We opted to make a honeymoon registry, since traveling is one of our favorite hobbies, and the gift of a memory from our honeymoon would last a lifetime. We greatly appreciate and will fondly remember these gifts for years to come. We'll do our best to document our honeymoon and include some fantastic photos in your much-deserved thank you note. Thanks again and we can't wait to see you at the wedding (or earlier!).Galloway, New Jersey Paris, France Amsterdam, The Netherlands
We're gonna be spending over ten hours in a plane. We will need a glass of wine or three to deal with it.
It's a Paris tradition and sign of everlasting love to lock a padlock to the Pont Des Artes. We'll toss the key into the river below.
People watching from one of Paris' many streetside cafes is a summertime sport. We'll do like the locals do and linger over coffees.
The only thing better than finding treasures at a flea market is finding treasures at a flea market in Paris.
Amsterdam has some of the best museums in the world - the Rijks Museum, Anne Frank House, Van Gogh museum. We'll balance out the beer drinking and bike riding in Amsterdam with admission to these c...
Jaunty berets, striped shirts, a suitcase full of cheese or maybe some wooden clogs! Just kidding. Wooden footwear is not practical.
A tour at the Brouwerij 't IJ brewery and a flight of beer to enjoy on the patio afterwards
We'll pick up guide books for the basics, but also some classics like Hemingway to inspire our stay.
"Rijsttafel", which translates to Rice Table, is a Dutch/Indonesian meal that consists of up to 40 small side dishes, accompanied by several different preparations of rice. We hear Amsterdam has so...