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January 28, 1989 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-28

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Honeymoon
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BY DEBBIE L. SKLAR

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76 BRIDES 1989

nce the bride has walked
down the aisle and the
glass has been broken, it's
time for the newlyweds to
get ready for what many of them like
to refer to as their "escape."
After months and months of
planning, stress and fatigue, the
honeymoon is by far one of the most
important factors of the entire
wedding ordeal. Not only does it serve
as a getaway, but it also is the time
when the groom and his bride can
spend time together — alone.
With so many wonderful places
in the world how does one decide
where to go on a honeymoon?
Travel agents agree that cruises
and tropical isle getaways are the most
popular honeymoon trips.
According to Sharon Friedman
owner of Fisher Travel, "The first
thing these young couples say to me
is that they want to go someplace
warm — even if it's in May; they want
to go somewhere warm. Unless the
couple has unlimited funds, we try to
arrange a honeymoon vacation that is
all inclusive," she says.
"There are a lot of all-inclusive
resorts in Jamaica that are very
romantic, or we try to put them on a
cruise.
The most popular cruises are the
ones chartered for the Caribbean,
followed by Mexico, and if in the
summer to the Mediterranean. Expect
to pay anywhere between $1,200 and
$1,500 per person for a seven day
cruise. "The nice thing about a cruise
is the fact that it's almost all inclusive':
says Fisher.
"It's nice for the couple because
they don't have to decide where they
want to go to dinner every night, the
wife doesn't have to worry if she's
going to order something on the menu
that's out of her husband's price range,
or bicker about which restaurant

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