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Weeks later the couple left on a honeymoon that would hold more than a few revelations for the newlyweds.
In a way, storm tourism is a romantic proposition; not in the honeymoon-sense, but in the Romanticism-sense.
Big tech's long honeymoon of public goodwill is over and the company feels the painful transition as much as competitors like Google parent Alphabet Inc. and Facebook Inc.
Tottenham were half asleep and were clearly still on their honeymoon from the North London derby win on Saturday but going 2-0 down seemed to send a shock wave through the side.
Still on their honeymoon, in the South of France, Christian and Ana lie side by side on a cabana on the beach and text...each other.
At Kamalame, a 27-room property frequented by in-the-know celebrities like Penelope Cruz, Nicole Kidman, and Serena Williams (who was just here on her honeymoon) brunch takes on an entirely new meaning.
The prizes were an EPIC, 2015 Indian motorcycle customized by Gas Monkey Garage, a 7-day getaway for two to a private island resort in Fiji and $10,000 toward a dream wedding, extraordinary honeymoon, kitchen remodel or a home down payment.
Margot Robbie just topped your epic honeymoon story, thanks to Ellen DeGeneres, Portia de Rossi, former president Barack Obama, and her husband Tom Ackerley's super revealing pair of short shorts.
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