Thursday, 2 October 2014

Wedding | Honeymoon Idea - Mediterranean Cruises

Fred Olsen Wedding | Honeymoon Idea - Mediterranean Cruises

Another part of my wedding series of posts for you today, sorry if these are boring you, but I'll have some more beauty reviews soon for you! You might be surprised to know that I've never actually been abroad, and have never really had a "proper" holiday during my 22 years existence. Of course, I would love to go on holiday, but although working full time it's still hard to afford these luxuries in life - but sometimes you just need a break, to spend quality time with your loved ones, friends and family.

One of the main times of your life where you might be looking to splash out and treat yourself on a luxury holiday would be for your honeymoon. Where you would just want to spend some quality, alone time, having the time of your life and of course relaxing with your new husband/wife!

Something I've always wanted to do is go on a cruise, where you can visit loads of new and exciting places without all the stress of planning hotels and other places to stay as you're travelling! Mediterranean Cruises seem to be one of the most appealing - Fred Olsen offer a variety of different holiday cruises covering some truly amazing locations - Spain, France, Italy and Egypt! You can choose from different numbers of nights, and prices, to fit in with your budget. Not to mention, their cruise ships, although having different personalities, each have a huge range of on-board facilities including great bars and restaurants, gyms, entertainment, shopping, swimming pools, libraries and internet rooms, even hairdressers and stylists! All of which offer you the ultimate cruise experience to remember!

Cruises are often considered to be more suited to older generations who are enjoying their twilight years together, but a cruise would be a great way to enjoy your honeymoon as a newly married couple, and of course would give you great, unforgettable memories and be something to tell your children about in years to come...


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