Amanda and Philip
We are planning an adventurous honeymoon in Europe. This is an exciting chance for Amanda, who has never been abroad, to meet Philip's family and friends in Germany. We would be especially grateful if you were to choose to help us out with our honeymoon expenses and be a part of building memories that will last forever! -We hope to begin our journey by spending a few days in a city neither of us has been to: Amsterdam, the world's most bike-friendly city. -Then we will take a train to Hamburg, Germany, to visit Philip's brother, Willy, who is currently a student there. -Our next stop will be a week-long visit to Philip's second home where he has spent a lot of time over the years, a small town east of Cologne, Germany. We will meet some of his relatives as well as the friends with whom he filmed in his first-ever skate video. -Finally, what better way to end our honeymoon than with a trip to Paris, the "City of Love"? Please read through the options below and select any memories you would like to help us build. Click GIVE GIFT. I t will open up and ask for your name and the amount you'd like to give as well as offer an area where you can write your wishes for the bride and groom.Paris, France Germany Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Thanks to our friend Pete, these plane tickets promise to be a steal!
Amsterdam is the number one bike city in the world. We gotta see what it's like to ride around town like the Dutch.
We hope to find a nice hotel near the center of town or Jordaan, an area with hip boutiques, restaurants, and cafes.
We're not really sure what to make of these deep fried balls of meat, but they are supposedly a local favorite of the Dutch.
A charming little homemade ice cream shop with tons flavors. We've heard it's a must-visit in Amsterdam.
This classic German street food--chopped up wurst doused in curry ketchup with a side of fries--is a must-have!
Two seven-day passes to Paris' Velib bikes, their version of our NiceRide bikes, will give us a unique way to experience the Rues de Paris!
We'll grab a nice bottle of wine, baguette, and cheese and join the French along the river for a cozy lunch.
Montmartre is home to lots of street artists that offer on-the-spot portraits and caricatures. Of course we'll have to watch out for scam artists on this one, but if anyone knows how to bargain, it...