Each couple desires for a special first night which will set them free from the clamor of the present day world. Consider the possibility that we let you know that there are some retro spots which are a time-travel into quiet past, as well as have each one of the makings of a perfect special honeymoon destination. Look no further than our hand-picked, wonderful destinations for your first night.
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Walk around the boulevards of Habana Vieja, a region like a shot area of 1950's film. Colonial structures tumbling down, youngsters playing football barefooted, vintage rickety Chevrolets, and ladies haggling with their hairs gripped with rollers. Cuba is a conjunction of different feelings: romancing, intriguing, overflowing and exuberant. Casa de la Musica is the place you will see lovely Cubans stretching their bodies while performing salsa. Drink gallons of virgin mojitos and free every one of your anxieties in late night jaming sessions. Note-Cubans move to their own tunes.
Hill Club, Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka
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A hill station to spoil you, encompassed by verdant green tea slants, it is reached by a train that snake up past the nineteenth century stations. This club was established as a base spot of British officers, it has now been changed into a Hotel, and it has retained its old charm. Wear your favorite outfit after 7pm, sipping espresso in breezier lounger feels as if you have been teleported to a Scottish state, and the setting is really entrancing.
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Jackasses strolling through narrow back streets, chickens trembling, piles of flavors and huge butcheries, bullock trucks: Fes is brimming with liveliness. You will get the looks of past life here, at each square. The Medina, is the same which you will discover in the books of Ibn Batuta , barely anything has changed through the ages. The tanneries of the city are mysterious, with incredible wicker bin of color, and the fragrance of the spot will tell you, have faith in time.
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