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Brookings, Oregon

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A honeymoon destination for those west coast beach lovers! Brookings’ town motto is “Where flowers meet the sea.” And boy, is it true! This is a beautiful and unique place to go. It’s a small town with a population of 13,000. It sits at the mouth of the Chetco River.

If you plan to visit in the winter, they hold the annual Winter Art and Chocolate Festival in February, featuring local artists and chocolatiers.

The largest celebration held each year is the Azalea Festival. According to the Brookings-Harbor Chamber of Commerce, it is, “a four-day community-wide festival featuring Art, Flower, Quilt and Car Shows; a Parade, Street Fair, Kiddie Carnival, Food Court, Beef BBQ, Party at the Port, and lots more throughout the Memorial Day Weekend.” Each year, young women from the local high school compete in a scholarship pageant for the title of “Azalea Queen.” The Azalea Queen participates in the parade and chooses a favorite entry from each of several of the shows that make up the festivities.

There are several cozy seaside lodging options in town, but the number one rated according to Trip Advisor is “Port Side Suites”. With their many choices to choose from, you can have an in room spa, kitchenette, fireplace, and harbor views.

Brookings Portside Suites

With the seasonal attractions, welcoming lodging, and endless list of outdoor activities and close proximity to the mountains, beach, and California for a fun day trip, I hope you’ll consider this quiet town for your honeymoon destination!

Brooke

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Maldives

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Feel like getting away to somewhere tropical?

My top pick for a tropical honeymoon destination is MALDIVES. Surrounded by lush landscapes, crystal clear waters and white sandy beaches, this is the optimal type of environment. The weather is nothing less than perfect year round. With balmy mornings, breezy nights, and iridescent sunsets, how could you go wrong?

Splurge and stay in one of the many bungalows offered on the island. Among these bungalows there are several features you don’t want to miss. Watch the fish swim beneath you through your own bedroom floor. Sit in a personal hot tub while watching the waves crash below you. Fall asleep with the smell of the ocean breeze.

While you’re there relax and unwind. Go diving. Take a swim. Get a 5 star couples massage. Tour the town and learn more about the local history. Take excursions. Take a night fishing trip. Or stay long enough to do all of the above.

Be sure to dine in the World’s first underwater restaurant. Take a memory back home that no one will ever believe.
 

This is sure to be a trip of a lifetime! You will be planning your next trip back before you ever leave.

~Angela~