Kara and David
We are so very blessed to have all of you come to our wedding. We feel that your presence alone is a gift in its self. However if you would like to provide us with a gift we do have a registry set up. When we started looking into an appropriate registry, we realized that we already own most of the household items that appear on most registries. We know that this isn't your ordinary wedding registry, but we both wanted something that was uniquely us; something that reflected what we love to do. So we decided that the perfect way to start our new adventure as husband and wife is travel to Greece and Turkey. We know that this trip will not only celebrate the start of our new life together, but will create life-long memories as well. We can't wait to see all the historical and romantic sites throughout Greece and Turkey. We hope that you all can help us create honeymoon memories that will last a lifetime! We are planning tons of amazing things for our trip as you will see when you check out the details of our honeymoon. Can't wait to share all the pictures with you when we return!Istanbul, Turkey London, United Kingdom New York, New York
We have taken off from SFO and our first stop is NYC! The city where we met. Help us get from JFK to the city and back again!
After a long trip, we have finally arrived in Greece!! Tonight we are going to have dinner at Strofi restaurant, a hotspot with a magnificent Acropolis view.
We will spend a half day visiting the Parthenon, Temple of Zeus, Ancient Agora and the Acropolis with its museum.
European civilization began in Crete 9,000 years ago. Crete is the largest and most populous of the Greek islands.
3 nights in a one bedroom apartment in the heart of Chania including breakfast.
We will depart early today for a hike in Europe's deepest and longest gorge. After our hike, we will swim in the Libyan Sea and then be transported by boat back to Chora.
Car rental for a day as we explore Crete and head to the Balos Beach lagoon as we need a day of rest and relaxation.
It is the first Saturday of our honeymoon and we are off on our high speed ferry ride from Crete to Santorini.
4 nights stay at a boutique hotel, including breakfast, overlooking the majestic views of the Caldera.
After a day of shopping we are excited to have a nice Greek dinner at Argo Taverna with a view.
We will be driven to the port of Vlihada where we will begin our 5 hour trip sailing to the Red and Black sand beaches, the Hot Springs, snorkel in the Aegean and have an amazing dinner as we gaze ...
David and I love art. Oia has a lot of art galleries. We will search for our favorite pieces of art as a cherished keepsake from our once in a lifetime trip. This gift will adorn our home!
The famous Oia sunset is considered by many as one of the most beautiful in the world. Many people pick a spot along the hills to have a picnic and watch the sunset. David and I will do just that.
We get to experience the best of both worlds as we taste some of Santorini's most famous wines and then master a few of those ever popular Greek dishes under the watchful eye of a brilliant local c...
On Wednesday morning we take the high speed ferry from Santorini to Mykonos.
We are excited to spend three nights at one of Mykonos' most romantic hotels.
After a night of fun in Little Venice, we have a day of rest and relaxation as we enjoy the beach of Platis Gialos.
We are keeping it local tonight and heading to dinner on the beach at Avli Tou Thodori.
On Friday morning, we will take the ferry over to the sacred island of Delos where we'll viist the famous Row of Lions.
Tonight, we will speak to the locals as we walk through the cobblestone streets of Chora to find the best dinner spot!
On our way to the Bazaar, we will grab some lunch. The Bazaar has been an important trading center since 1461. There are 5,000-odd vendors in the Grand Bazaar.
We will surely do some antique shopping at the Grand Bazaar. What better way to commemorate our trip than to bring home something for our home.
We will spend the day visiting Agia Sofia, Topkapi Palace, the Blue Mosque, the Hippodrome and more.
"Turkish baths," better known in Turkey as a hamam. Although nowadays only a handful of hamams remain. Hamams were an integral part of Ottoman, and therefore Turkish, culture for centuries.
We will have a romantic dinner in Turkey with views of the Bosphorus River and the sultan's residences.
We have departed Istanbul and have a layover in London for the night! We will hop on the tube, explore the city and grab some dinner before heading off the following afternoon.