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 Pictures from the Honeymoon

Introducing: Mr. and Mrs. Woolley
Married on: June 3rd, 2000
Parents: Sigrid Woolley & Margaret Lovick
Our Honeymoon Destinations:
  •  Grand Floridian Hotel in Disney World   then three islands in Hawaii:
  •  Oahu
  •  Big Island
  •  Maui

After a wonderful wedding we embarked on an unforgettable honeymoon!

Our Honeymoon began with two marvelous nights at the Walt Disney World Grand Floridian Spa & Resort Hotel in Kissimmee, Florida.  It is probably the most prestigious destination in Disney, especially for honeymooners.  These pictures may help you to know why; however, when you receive your bill upon departure you will definitely know why it's a once in a life-time experience!
 
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The Grand Floridian entrance is magnificent and a specialized hotel agent greeted us and escorted us to a private Concierge floor for check-in. We never did go into the theme parks (nor did we intend to on this trip!).
 
 
The grounds are immaculately manicured.  Our room was a little higher than the ones pictured here. 
 
 

Here we are enjoying the beautiful Florida sunshine on our balcony just prior to our golf game at the beautiful Magnolia course at Disney World.
 

 
Complimentary breakfast and round-the-clock appetizers were part of the amenities on the Concierge floor--and we took full advantage of it!  The pastries were delicious and so was the hot chocolate.  The variety and quality of the food was outstanding!
 
 
We spent the afternoon golfing.  Actually Doug golfed while Marsha drove the cart with Doug and his golf clubs.  It was a difficult course, but it was very beautiful and relaxing.  Many of the sand traps were in the shape of Mickey Mouse ears.
 
 
One of the most exciting nights (other than the first night) was an extravagant seven course dinner at the premier restaurant Victoria & Albert's.  Every bite is absolutely delicious and the only disappointing thing is that you wish you had room for the delicious truffle that they give you at the end of the meal!  Elegant harp music is played live in the background.  All this for $85 per person.
 
 
On Monday morning, we rode the motor boats on the beautiful seven-seas lagoon. We then headed for the Tampa airport to say good-bye to Isaac, who was going away for the summer.  We spent the rest of the day and night at my cozy home in Tampa.  
 

 

 
Early on Tuesday morning, we flew first class to Honolulu, Hawaii on American Airlines to enjoy the rest of our honeymoon.  Normally this would have cost $4500 per person, but Doug had accumulated enough frequent flier miles (primarily from work-trips) to make this Hawaii trip free.

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Last updated on December 21, 2008