Watching the Honey Moon on Your Honeymoon
If there is a full moon, then you may want to head to Sedona, Arizona. Head out into the rocks and cliffs shortly before midnight and the moon will appear especially large lending itself to a romantic evening just for the two of you. Close to the summer solstice, the moon may even appear to be a honey moon in color as the light bounces off dust particles in the earth’s atmosphere. If you are looking for a great place to wear your tuxedo before you head out to the cliffs, then consider dining at L’Auberge Restaurant on Oak Creek that Conde Nash has named one of the top 10 restaurants in the Southwest. During the day, leave time to stroll through the beautiful Tiaquepaque Arts and Craft Village featuring handwork done by Native Americans.
Page, Arizona, sits nestled on the shore of Lake Powell making it a great place to watch the honey moon appear above the horizon. A dinner cruise on the lake is a great place to wear your tuxedo if you brought it along after your wedding. During the day, make sure to explore the Rainbow Bridge National Monument. The parabolic arch bridge spans 275 feet across Bridge Creek and is considered sacred by the Native Americans.
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