Thayne Abraham Shared Best Honeymoon Destinations

Here Thayne Abraham shared some attractive & romantic places for newly married couples. Marriage is the most special part of everyone life. All of the people wants to make his/her marriage more special. After marriage couple wants to spend some time together so they going for a short vacation. Yeah, here I talk about the honeymoon. 🙂

Today I shared an article about some most beautiful places which make your honeymoon more special.

Here Thayne Abraham shared best honeymoon destinations

British Columbia, Canada


Paris, France


California, USA


Venice, Italy


Orkney, Scotland


San Sebastian, Spain

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Sweden’s best unusual hotels

Sweden’s varied landscape, from the frozen reaches of the north to its vast forests and lakes, combines with cutting-edge design to inspire some unique lodgings. Here’s our pick of the country’s quirkiest sleeps, taking you underground, underwater, face-to-face with wildlife and beyond.

Ice hotel


Gårdsjö Elk Park


Jumbo Stay


Kolarbyn Eco-Lodge


Sala Silvergruva


Salt & Sill


The Utter Inn (Otter Inn)


Tree Hotel


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Sardinia’s top beaches – white sands and turquoise waters

Sardinia’s snow-white beaches and bluer-than-blue seas are often likened to the Caribbean – but why, quite frankly, would you want to imagine yourself anywhere else?

Best celebrity hideaway – Spiaggia del Principe


Spiaggia do Principe is the perfect hideaway. Image by elisalocci / iStock / Getty Images

Best for escapists – Is Aruttas


Strolling along the beautiful quartz sands of Is Arutas. Image by Montico Lionel / / Getty Images

Best for exotic vibes – Cala Brandinchi


Cala Brandinchi has a truly spectacular setting. Image by ominojarre / iStock / Getty Images

Best for families – Chia


The soft sands and shallow waters of Spiaggia Su Portu are perfect for families. Image by Otto Stadler / Photolibrary / Getty Images

Best for solitude – Spiaggia di Piscinas


Spiaggia di Piscinas is well worth the drive. Image by rimbeaud / iStock / Getty Images

Best for swimming – Spiaggia Rena Bianca

Sandy beach in Santa Teresa di Gallura, Sardinia, Italy

Spiaggia Rena Bianca. Image by elisalocci / iStock / Getty Images

Best for white sands – Spiaggia della Pelosa


The white sands of Spiaggia della Pelosa can get crowded in summer. Image by Franz Aberham / Photographer’s Choice / Getty Images

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Exploring Montenegro’s unsung North

Montenegro’s north beckons with countless highland adventures. Its great outdoors – encompassing Durmitor, Biogradska Gora and Prokletije national parks – are a dream destination for everything from hiking and mountain biking to canyoning and rafting. But for those who prefer kicking back, this rugged region is also well worth exploring for its cultural and historical heritage, festive spirit, delicious natural produce and rural hospitality.

Cultural Route

The heart of Montenegro’s northern mountains – the region of Bjelasica, Komovi and Prokletije – gets far fewer visitors than the rest of the country. An official cultural route (, however, conveniently links its major towns, providing a rewarding insight into the rich heritage of places rarely featured on tourist brochures.

Church bells by the medieval Morača Monastery

Church bells by the medieval Morača Monastery © DVrcan / Getty Images

Days of Blueberries in Plav region

Days of Blueberries in Plav region © courtesy of Edin Jadadic / Tourism Organisation of Plav

Dubirog Perović restaurant overlooking its trout pond

Dubirog Perović restaurant overlooking its trout pond © Brana Vladisavljevic / Lonely Planet

The century-old Kljajić household in Lubnice

The century-old Kljajić household in Lubnice © Brana Vladisavljevic / Lonely Planet

The kayaking leg of Mojkovac’s Northern Challenge adventure race

The kayaking leg of Mojkovac’s Northern Challenge adventure race © courtesy of Tourism Organisation of Mojkovac

The wooden porch and minaret of Vizier’s Mosque in Gusinje

The wooden porch and minaret of Vizier’s Mosque in Gusinje © RnDmS / Shutterstock

Ukšanović vineyard and tasting cellar near Lake Skadar

Ukšanović vineyard and tasting cellar near Lake Skadar © Brana Vladisavljevic / Lonely Planet

Woollen handicrafts at Niti store in Bijelo Polje

Woollen handicrafts at Niti store in Bijelo Polje © Brana Vladisavljevic / Lonely Planet

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Sustainable Travel – Making The Right Choices

The International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development is the perfect time to start thinking about how you can make travel decisions that benefit the planet and its peoples, as well as yourself.



A traditional Sami tent in Sweden © Gary Latham / Lonely Planet

Whales and dolphins in the Azores


Striped dolphins frolicking off the coast of the Azores © Andrea Izzotti / Getty Images

Gansbaai, South Africa


Join an eco-friendly whale-watching tour in Gansbaai, South Africa © ap-images / Getty Images Gansbaai, South Africa

Opt for ethical elephant interactions


Visit the gentle giants of Chiang Mai’s National Park, Thailand © cons972 / Getty Images

Be conscious of your plastic footprint


A traveller refills his water bottle from a glacial river © Holly Hildreth / Getty Images

Bears in Alaska


A brown bear on the hunt for salmon in Alaska © Naphat Photography / Getty Images

 Community homestays


Homestays help you give back to the local community © Matt Munro / Lonely Planet

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New openings in 2016

Hardcore ABBA fans, football fanatics and Disney devotees will all find a persuasive reason to dust off their passports in the near future – and outdoorsy types, art lovers and adventurous foodies won’t be disappointed either.

Here is the list of some New openings in 2016:

Louvre Abu Dhabi, UAE


In true Gulf style, the Louvre Abu Dhabi is magnificently ambitious on every level. The futuristic, dome-shaped building is an architectural feat appearing to float above a man-made lake.

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Surf Snowdonia, Wales


The magical mountains and valleys of Snowdonia are a great place for walkers and adventure sports fans. The natural landscape is increasingly being augmented by impressive manmade facilities – Snowdonia now boasts Europe’s longest zip line and a vast underground trampolining centre.

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National Museum of African American History and Culture, Washington, DC, USA

On its inauguration, the NMAAHC ( will become America’s first national museum devoted exclusively to African American life, history and culture. The 10-storey space will house artefacts from all over the country and history – from Harriet Tubman’s 1876 hymn book, to a Jim Crow-era segregated railcar, to banners and photographs from the #BlackLivesMatter demonstrations.

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Monnaie de Paris, France


Mid-2016 sees the French capital’s mint ( reach the completion of its ‘MetaLmorphoses’ project – a multiphased transformation of its monumental 1.2-hectare site on the Seine’s Left Bank.

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Shanghai Disney Resort, China


Slated to open in spring 2016, Disney’s newest resort – and its first in mainland China – will feature a traditional Magic Kingdom park complete with the largest-yet Enchanted Storybook Castle. Rides and attractions will be scattered around six themed lands, including the pirate-themed Treasure Cove with the high-tech Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle of the Sunken Treasure ride. The Garden of the Twelve Friends at the park’s centre will contain murals of the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac depicted as Disney characters.

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12 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in St Louis

St Louis, the largest city in Missouri, lies just below the junction of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, which here forms the boundary between Missouri and Illinois. The City has long been known as the “Gateway to the West” because it was from here that the Europeans set out to conquer the Wild West. It is home to the St Louis University, the oldest university west of the Mississippi, which was founded in 1818. The city’s connection with Scott Joplin, the “father” of ragtime, ensures its fame as a music city.

1 Gateway Arch

Gateway Arch
In the center of Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Park is the Gateway Arch, a symbol of the city’s role as the “Gateway to the West”. This parabolic arch of stainless steel, 625 ft high, was erected in 1959-65 to the design of Eero Saarinen, based on an unexecuted project by Adalberto Libera for the entrance to the Esposizione Universale di Roma of 1942. Eight elevators run up to the observation platform on the highest point of the arch. Under the arch are the Visitor Center and the Museum of Westward Expansion.

2 Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Park

Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Park
The tourist center of St Louis is the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Park, laid out on a site previously occupied by an old part of the town. It bears the name of President Thomas Jefferson, during whose Presidency the Louisiana Purchase opened up the west to settlement. It’s most famous feature is Gateway Arch, but it also includes the Old Courthouse and the Museum of Westward Expansion.

3 Old Courthouse

Old Courthouse
On the right-hand side of Market Street is a massive domed building, the Old Courthouse, which is part of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Park. It was built in the mid 1800s and has been the scene of several important trials, including the suit by Dred Scott for freedom from slavery and Suffragist Virginia Louisa Minor for the right to vote. The courthouse now showcases historical exhibits.

4 Missouri Botanical Garden

Missouri Botanical Garden

The beautiful Missouri Botanical Garden is also known as the Shaw Garden, after the businessman and botanist Henry Shaw (1800-89) who laid it out in 1859. In the southeast part of the gardens are the richly appointed Tower Grove House, Henry Shaw’s “garden house”. The gardens themselves comprise a lovely rose garden, the rather unusual Climatron, built in 1960 for tropical plants, a Japanese Garden, an “aqua-tunnel” under a water-lily pool, and a herbarium.

The Doris I. Schnuck Children’s Garden is designed with youngsters in mind, with an aim towards educating and inspiring children in the field of horticulture. Within the garden are several attractions, including cave, a prairie village, and a treehouse. Special exhibits include the “Cave Experience” which is a man-made cave and a wetlands area that includes a steamboat.

Address: 4344 Shaw Boulevard

5 Magic House, St Louis Children’s Museum

Magic House, St Louis Children's Museum
Magic House, St Louis Children’s Museum Jinx!

Located in a three story Victorian home, the Magic House museum provides hands-on exhibits about science, communications and computers. Exhibits are divided into themed areas and encourage engagement from children. Each area is designed to enhance curiosity and experimentation.

Address: 516 South Kirkwood Road, St Louis, MO 63122-5926, United States