Mini-moon, maximum luxury
Most newlyweds are tight on either time, money, or both. Deirdre O’Shaughnessy and her husband fell into the latter category, and opted for a mini-moon to remember in beautiful Florence, instead of a traditional, long-haul honeymoon
Forget jet-lag, exotic destinations with unpronounceable names and cocktails made from coconuts. For newlyweds with sore feet from dancing, sore cheeks from smiling and broken vocal cords from singing late into the night with uncles and aunts they’ve never met before, all that is hard work on honeymoon. What you want after a few days’ hard partying and a few months’ even harder planning, is somewhere a short hop away that will cocoon you in...
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