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Not only does a US or Canadian honeymoon provide ease of travel (staying local means you do not need a passport!), it can also provide exciting options for couples on a budget. From coast to coast, there are so many different options and landscapes to visit; your honeymoon choice is only restricted by what type of honeymoon you are looking for. Wine lovers looking to escape the bustle of the city might enjoy a trip to the wine country of California. Napa and Sonoma Valleys offer the chance to sip locally grown and fermented wines, as well as a host of luxury spas and hot springs. Or visit the "Venice of America," Fort Lauderdale, Florida. With 300-plus miles of intracoastal waterways, many waterfront restaurants, and plenty of top-notch shopping, Fort Lauderdale is a perfect honeymoon spot for couples looking to relax after stressful months of wedding planning. Couples looking for winter-weather fun might try Colorado in the colder months for skiing, snowboarding, snow shoeing, or simply curling up in front of a roaring fire together. Seattle boasts famous thrift stores, sea kayaking, and plenty of delicious coffee, and the Poconos provide mountain lodges and picturesque hiking opportunities for nature lovers. Once you have done some preliminary research here, talk to a local travel agent about booking the perfect trip for you. Your travel agent will be able to help you find the best deals as well as help you out should anything go wrong on your trip. Happy honeymooning!

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From the vineyards of California to food and jazz tours of New Orleans to Florida's Disney World, here's your guide to honeymoons in Canada and the US.

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