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La Belle Juliette: A Romantic Hotel in Paris

canadain viagra Tasked with finding a hotel steeped in Parisian style for my wedding guests and high on romance for me and my husband, I discovered La Belle Juliette. A few days before my wedding in Paris, the plan was to have my parents, my sisters, and their spouses join us in town. And so, I had the task of finding wedding accommodations in Paris that were up to my expectations in my neighborhood of choice: St Germain des Pres. I wanted a hotel on a quiet street, tourist-free, and close to shops and restaurants that would give my family a sense of living in Paris. I also wanted the amenities at the hotel to be modern and the interiors to reflect Parisian…

Getting Married in Paris. The Process Begins…

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Reconnecting in Romantic Budapest, Oh yes!

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Berners Tavern at The London Edition

Date Night in #London at Berners Tavern

go site As you may have noticed, I travel to London frequently. These trips are not for work nor just for play. More specifically, they are for love. My boyfriend lives in London. I suppose it was inevitable that I would end up with someone across the globe with all the travel I do. But I’ll admit long distance relationships are tough even if (or especially if) you have found the love of your life. When I visit my boyfriend in London from Los Angeles the pressure is on to make every minute together count. When I’m in town we explore the city, creating beautiful memories. The best ones are made from impromptu moments like when we shared an ice cream in…

Seeking Romance in Southern Spain #VIDEO

http://kaufmanroslyn.com/?x=pfizer-viagra-for-sale In Sevilla, there is such a wealth of beauty that it’s hard not to fall in love with the city and maybe even with another! This video uncovers a few of the many romantic nooks and crannies of this alluring destination. Come take a wander with me. If you’d like to visit any of these locations for yourself there is a list below. OR you could simply go to NotJustaTourist.com and get Mahsa to either take you around or organize a romantic itinerary for you! Here’s the list: 1. River bank near the Isabel II bridge (technically of the Canal Alfonso XIII that is an off-shoot of the Rio Guadalquivir.) Here’s the link to a google map pointing out the…

Don’t Date a Boy Who Doesn’t Travel

buy viagra com I recently came across an article about why it is a bad idea to date girls who travel. Ouch! Apparently, it has gone viral and been translated into six languages because it resonates with so many. And as I read it, I find myself simultaneously offended and utterly flattered. The essay reads as a cautionary tale for young bachelors. It says, “Don’t date a girl who travels. She is hard to please. The usual dinner-movie date at the mall will suck the life out of her. Her soul craves for new experiences and adventures.” Check out the piece itself – but also read this one I wrote in response, or rather in defense, for girls who travel. When I was…