Beth and Jean
Hi friends and family, Thank you for visiting our honeymoon registry. After living together for over 5 years, we have accumulated most of the standard household goods our small DC apartment can fit. We love sharing memories together, experiencing new adventures, and exploring new places. This is where our honeymoon registry comes in - it will help us embark on our first journey as husband and wife! Love, Beth and JeanMexico City, Mexico United States Santa María Huatulco, Mexico Mexico Oaxaca, Mexico
Carry-on and check on Samsonite luggage with spinner wheels will not only help us travel more smoothly on our honeymoon, but also for future work adventures and visiting family for holidays.
Our first destination in Mexico will be Huatulco, where we'll spend a few days just relaxing after the wedding weekend. We're hoping to stay at a locally owned BnB close to the ocean. As we're usua...
After leaving Old Mexico, we'll be flying to New Mexico for a few days. We'd like to experience the famous spas of the Southwest and indulge in a couples spa package. http://www.tenthousandwaves.com/
Passport holders, eye masks for the plane, and bottles for liquids... makes traveling and carrying on so much easier!
Before we leave Mexico we wanted to spend time in Mexico City. This hotel is in the dead center of the city with a view of the Zocalo. Gran Hotel Ciudad de Mexico This building came into being as t...
Mexico is a big country, and it will take a few flights to get from DC to Oaxaca. We'll also be joining our friend Angie for her 30th bday in Santa Fe, which adds a US leg to our honeymoon. This gi...
Supposed to be the BEST fine dining in all of Mexico City. Featured on the San Pellegrino list of the "World's 50 Finest Restaurants"—Pujol is Chef Enrique Olvera's extraordinary personal approach ...
Help us take our relationship to new levels - below sea level! Underwater species in the bays of Huatulco include sea turtles, rays, octopi, sharks, dolphins, and humpback whales. This gift will co...
While on the Pacific coast of Oaxaca, we'd like to take an adventure that includes snorkeling, sea kayaking, and canyoning. http://www.oaxacaexpediciones.com/huatulcoPackages.html
We'd like to dine at La Biznaga, featured in NYT's 36 hours in Oaxaca. Oaxaca is known as the land of seven moles, and we'd like to taste as many as possible on our trip! Check out the pictures of ...
We'd like to see the stunning Zapotecan ruins of Monte Alban while we are in Oaxaca. http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/415
This 18th-century palace, known for its impressive gardens, served as the home of the Mexican President until 1939 and now houses the famous Museo Nacional de Historia. This is also supposed to hav...
We'd love to visit the Frida Kahlo Museum, which is in the house where she was born and died. For a little extra, we can splurge on a guided tour.
We love to walk and eat our way through cities to get to know them better, so why not combine that with a knowledgeable tour guide who can introduce us to six different regional Mexican cuisines? h...
Beth was an Anthropology major in undergrad, and Jean is always interested in learning about historic cultures. The National Museum of Anthropology is one of the top rated attractions in Mexco City...
We've always wanted to see the UNESCO World Heritage site of Teotihuacan, which is located about 30 miles outside of Mexico City.
We don't consider a trip complete until we rent bikes for a few hours and cruise around town on two wheels. This will give us the ability to check out historic downtown Santa Fe as well as the near...