honeymoon and destination location .

Monday, 21 May 2012

Originally, "Honeymoon" simply described the period just after the wedding things are at their sweetest; it is assumed to wane in a month. In 1546, hony moone was first recoded as the English name for honeymoon. Honeymoon can also be the first moments of a newly-wedded  couple together, or the first holiday they spend together to celebrate their marriage.In the western culture, the custom of the newest couple going on on a holiday together to celebrate their first time together as husband and wife.
Honeymoons in the modern sense (i.e. a pure holiday voyage undertaken by the married couple) became widespread as one of the first instances of modern mass tourism.
The most popular honeymoon destinations at the time were French Riviera and Italy, particularly it's seaside resorts and romantic cities such as Rome, Verona,or Venice. Typically, honeymoon would start on the  night they were married, with the couple leaving midway through the reception to catch a late train or ship.
However, in Africa today, the English custom has spread over, that newly-wedded African couples too get involved  honeymoons as there are beautiful honeymoon locations there too. Today, we would be talking about the Quada  located honeymoon spot, in the Republic of Benin, West Africa.

Casa del papa  is indeed a honeymoon spot to be. Its atlantic ocean view is so beautiful, as its location is between the lagoon and the atlantic ocean. There is actually nothing as lovely as listening to the palms whispering at night.
With $1,500 or more you can enjoy a five-day holiday at the Casa del papa, where they also serve various French meals.
Its X-factor feature includes; canoe riding, a ride on the beach, and also going fishing with the local fishermen, to mention a few.

the pool side
the large tennis lawn

Make Casa del papa your honeymoon location and have a long lasting memory of how you celebrated your first time together with your spouse.


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