Sarita and Brian
Thank you for visiting our Wanderable honeymoon registry! We are looking forward to spending our honeymoon in snowy, wintry Quebec, Canada during the December holidays. We will spend the first part of our trip skiing in Mont Tremblant, a resort town in the Laurentian mountains. After that, we will explore the cosmopolitan cit y of Montreal. We will end our trip in Quebec City, one of the oldest European settlements in North America. We appreciate your generosity in making our honeymoon truly unforgettable!Quebec, Canada Montreal, Canada Canada Honolulu, Hawaii Dorval, Canada
Two red-eye flights to get us to Canada. We'll be providing the ear plugs and Benadryl.
After we get to Montreal, we'll need to make that final, annoying push to the mountain. We would love your help!
Hôtel Quintessence sits overlooking Lake Tremblant (also known as Ice Cube Tremblant in December). We plan to spend six days and nights here, warming ourselves up in front of the apparently combus...
Three full days for each of us on the slopes, with Sarita tearing up the moguls and Brian watching listfully from the bunny hill.
In eons past, men and women of winter fashioned their skis from the springy boughs of alpine trees and roped them to their own bare feet. Now, 21st century Brian and Sarita will be renting extrava...
How else do people in the Arctic Circle stay warm? Funds to be judiciously spread throughout our honeymoon. Unless it is really, really cold.
Basically just so we don't freeze our little tooshkies off. We just got back from a cold trip to the East Coast in September, and are seriously worried about permanent cold damage in Montreal!
Brian has tried to teach Sarita how to ski before, and much like teaching Sarita how to drive stick, it often ends in accusations of not appreciating how hard some people are trying and that someon...
Also known as deep-tissue Swedish back massage preceded by and followed with deep soaks in Scandanavian thermal pools! After two days of skiing and an upcoming snowshoe trip, this is just what the...
In between skiing, Sarita and Brian are hoping you'll help them indulge in other wintry escapades, such as snowshoeing through the picturesque Laurentian Mountains and feasting on hot oil and meats...
We are looking forward to spending our first holiday season together as a married couple, but are, of course, slightly sad to be missing out on time with our families. Please feel free to chip in ...
Who WOULDN'T want this guy to drive them around? That is an actual photo of the shuttle owner.
Sarita and Brian are really excited about Auberge du Vieux-Port in Montreal. It was voted most romantic hotel in Montreal, after all.
First of all, we are excited we managed to get a rotating picture gallery embedded in this website. Secondly, we are hoping to spend our first afternoon in Montreal on a terrific, six-hour walking...
They say the surest way to a man's heart is through his stomach. Anyone who knows Sarita would certainly not attest to that. But we say the surest way to a city's heart is definitely through its ...
Help Brian profess his endless love to Sarita in the most romantic way possible! On a moonlit, snowy horse-drawn carriage ride through Old Montreal (with a thermos of hotty-toddies, see above).
O Noir is a completely pitch black restaurant served entirely by people who are blind. The idea is that the lack of visual stimulation brings out textures and flavors of foods more intensely. Now...
Guys, guys, guys. I have this great idea. Guys. We're going to take -- get this -- french fries, which are already awesome I know, and put hot gravy all over them. Amazing, right? Wrong. We'r...
As if Montreal wasn't cold enough, we'd like to train up to Quebec City and explore one of the oldest European settlements in North America. Reportedly inhabited by beavers and nefarious Canadians.
French for "Maison of the Fort," this romantic getaway offers the perfect comfy respite for our weary newlyweds in Quebec City, and includes delicious hot home-cooked breakfasts.
Quebec City offers a host of outdoor winter activities outside of the hustle and bustle of city life. Spending a few hours dog sledding sounds particularly authentic, if masochistic (average tempe...
Pretty sure this one is self-explanatory, and awesome. Apparently the guides will also give us a flavor of the lifestyle of the old French trappers, although I'm fairly confident they didn't regul...
Between the dog sledding and the igloo, we're pretty sure we will be literally frozen. A soothing thermal dip and hot-stone massage may be just what the doctor ordered.
As sad as it may be, eventually Sarita and Brian will have to make the long, sad trip back to their boring, everyday life in Honolulu, where they must occupy themselves with humdrum things such as ...