Honeymoon Capital of the World
Who doesnít love the Poconos? When it comes to honeymooning, you canít get more intimate than this, in fact, some say that the people of Poconos are the inventors of all things romantic when it comes to honeymoons. If you have been craving a heart shaped tub for your honeymoon, you will be very intrigued by Poconos stories. Legend has it that the Poconos was the first area to ever introduce a heart shaped tub in 1963, and since then, the Poconos have been dubbed the Honeymoon Capital of the World. The Poconos are also famous for being the first to start Indy car races in 1971, and were immediately ďcopiedĒ by a company we know of today as NASCAR in 1972.
When to GoAny time of year is beautiful in the Poconos, and when you go will depend on your activity preferences, but there is something available here for every season. Skiing is great in the winter, though the scenery is just as majestic in the summer. If seclusion is your goal, you want to stay away from the periods of summer where car racing is at its peak, as the racing industry brings in an additional 100,000 race fans to the Poconos twice every summer.
What to DoNo matter what you want to do on your honeymoon, you can do it in the Poconos. Any outdoor activity for any season is available here, whether that is waterparks, horseback riding, hiking, botany explorations, biking, skiing, and any water sport imaginable. For the less active lifestyles, outlet stores, beaches, pubs, concerts, theaters, and museums are all at your fingertips. Or, if you just want to relax in the room with your honey, enjoy the majestic mountain views will experiencing an in room couples massage!
What Not to DoBring your cell phone! If you fail to heed this warning, soon upon your arrival here you will see why. This location is too special to be distracted by technology. The Poconos offers the perfect getaway for couples that want to do nothingÖ.but focus on each other.
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