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Honeymoon Vacations for Dummies. Paperback – Sep 2001

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Honeymoon Vacations for Dummies has everything you need to plan the perfect honeymoon from special honeymoon hotel deals to the most romantic restaurants..Our expert author has chosen a range of destinations and adventures to suit every taste and budget: relax on the pink sand beaches of Bermuda, dive the seas in Cozumel or linger over dessert at a Paris cafe. Filled with planning tips and worksheets, and brimming with candid, evocative restaurants and accommodation reviews, Honeymoon Vacations for Dummies will make planning your honeymoon a snap!

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The fun and easy way to plan your honeymoon Whether you dream about tropical bliss in Hawaii, Mexico, or the Caribbean or you're drawn to romantic places such as Paris, this friendly guide helps you plan a honeymoon that you'll cherish for a lifetime.

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About the Authors Reid Bramblett (Paris) Reid Bramblett has lived in Europe on and off since he was 11. Reid splits his time between his native Philadelphia and Rome, Italy while researching and writing such guides as Frommer's Italy from $70 A Day, Europe For Dummies, and Frommer's Tuscany a contributing writer for 'News For You,' the best-read, front-page column in Investor's Business Daily; and a contributing writer covering hospitality and restaurants for The Atlanta Business Chronicle. Fran Wenograd Golden (Cruises) Fran Wenograd Golden writes about cruises and travel for the Boston Herald,,, and Consumer Reports Travel Letter. She is also the author of Cruise Vacations For Dummies, Frommer's European Cruises and Ports of Call, and Tvacations: A Fun Guide to Sites, the Stars and the Inside Stories Behind Your Favorite TV Shows (Pocket Books, 1996) and coauthor of Frommer's Alaska Cruises & Ports of Call and Frommer's Greece. She lives north of Boston with her husband Ed, and two kids, Erin and Eli. Cheryl Farr Leas (Hawaii) Cheryl Farr Leas may live on the mainland, but she's a Hawaii girl at heart. She fell in love with Diamond Head, aloha wear, and mai tais in 1994, and has had trouble staying away ever since. Whenever she's not in the islands - and until she can figure a way to trade in her Brooklyn co-op for a Lanikai beach house - she and her husband Rob call New York City home. Before embarking on a writing career, Cheryl served as a senior editor at Macmillan Travel (now Hungry Minds, Inc.), where she edited the Frommer's Hawaii travel guides for the better part of the '90's. Now happy to be a globetrotting freelancer, Cheryl also authors Hawaii For Dummies, California For Dummies, and Frommer's New York City travel guides. David Swanson (Walt Disney World & Orlando) Although David Swanson's first travels were in the back of a Volkswagen bus as part of annual cross-country treks with his parents, he has been hoofing the globe enthusiastically since a trip to Europe in 1982. Born and raised in San Diego (where he resides today), Swanson spends his down time bicycling, hiking, or enjoying obscure movies, and occasionally he ponders his former career in film marketing and publicity. Swanson's writing and photography has appeared in more than 50 North American newspapers, including the Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, Chicago Sun-Times, Dallas Morning News, and Toronto's Globe and Mail, Among magazines, his stories and photos appear in National Geographic Traveler, American Way, Bride's, and Travelocity, and he is a monthly columnist for Caribbean Travel & Life. Swanson is also the author of Fielding's Caribbean (1996, 1997, and 1998 editions) and Fielding's Walt Disney World and Orlando (1996 and 1998) guidebooks, and a contributing editor to the Rum & Reggae Caribbean (2000, 2002). R. Weinreb (Introduction, Part I, Part II, Part of Tens) A romantic at heart, Risa R. Weinreb is the former travel editor of Modern Bride magazine. She still writes for that publication, as well as for several other leading national magazines. Nicknamed 'The Honeymoon Queen,' she has been interviewed by The New York Times and Travel Weekly, and has appeared on CNN and Live With Regis Philbin.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Fun and informative Nov. 9 2008
By James Beswick - Published on
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Booking a honeymoon is harder than it looks, since there are few times when you have a selection of such exotic locales, and the pressure to make everything absolutely perfect means that it can almost be as hard as planning the actual wedding. This book is more than just a travel guide - it provides in-depth coverage of likely honeymoon vacations, together with the pros and cons of each, as well as providing a host of often-overlooked honeymoon advice. Perhaps most importantly it was also an amusing read - the sort of book you definitely need after planning a wedding.
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Not many countries Oct. 17 2010
By Lombard Etienne - Published on
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Hi. The book is ok, but much less useful than others. It's a bit too much text to read and not so many reviews on countries. Why not going to Dominican Republic or Guadeloupe? What about Italy and Brazil? What about Thailand and Australia?
Think twice before buying it, some other books are better.