Laura and Arjun
Welcome! We're planning what we hope will be an amazing honeymoon, the first trip outside the United States we've taken together. (ARJUN: This is just because she didn't want to go to Brazil with me. Of course, I ended up not going to Brazil. But I would have done if I'd had the requisite moral support.) (LAURA: We were supposed to go to Puerto Rico, which is at least outside the mainland, but you can thank Martha Coakley for that not happening.) Our parents have graciously donated frequent flyer miles to get us to Europe and back, which is why you don't see flights listed here. On what is listed, remember that you can give any amount up to the total. Anyway! While of course we expect nothing and only want your presence at our wedding and support as family and friends, we do like to have exciting experiences together, like nice cocktails and occasionally food. So please send us somewhere fun with wine. Or, if you prefer to do the traditional registry thing, feel free to do so! Or nothing but your aforementioned presence and/or love.Amsterdam, The Netherlands Paris, France London, United Kingdom
The last leg of our journey takes us from the Newark airport back home.
The London Pass not only gives entry to attractions like the Tower of London and the Globe Theater, it allows you to skip lines at some of them, and includes public transit. Oh, and the Arsenal sta...
Arjun wishes to dine nose to tail. Laura will likely have a salad and a glass of wine, and a snack afterward.
An entirely gluten-free English tea! With scones and finger sandwiches and all. Laura is very excited. (Arjun can have gluten if he wants it.)
The I Amsterdam card provides entry to 38 museums and attractions, free public transit, a canal cruise, and more.
Located in a 1926 greenhouse in which they grow their own produce, De Kas is considered one of the best restaurants in Amsterdam.
Clearly at some point we're just going to need to kick back with some wine, right? It is, after all, Paris.
This is the night we go big, since we're clearly not going home.
French food isn't the most gluten-free-friendly, which can make it hard for Laura. But there's an all gluten-free restaurant that's supposed to be amazing and we have reservations.