NEW YORK — The New York state Department of Health on Monday approved a proposal by a team of experts to expand the list of approved honeymoon destination, which would include a major city like Los Angeles, Paris, or Rome.
The department said the expanded list will allow for more honeymoon activities, including family vacations, which will be more inclusive for the honeymooners.
The department said this new honeymoon itinerary would be a more inclusive and fun experience for all who are interested in honeymooning in New York, including singles and couples, who may not have experienced such an extensive itinerary before.
The department is also expanding its honeymoon trip category from eight to 12 nights, including a weekend stay in one of the city’s many beautiful beaches.
Honeymoon destinations will also include New York’s iconic iconic Central Park, the city-owned Central Park Zoo, and its waterfront park and its iconic Statue of Liberty.
To help attract the new destinations, the department said it would require that all honeymoon participants register on the agency’s website, a process that is expected to take several weeks.
The plan includes six new honeymoons.
The first three, in 2019 and 2020, will be in the Central Park Zoological Park, which is known for its unique and stunning landscape and unique collections of animals and plants, according to the department.
The next three are in the New York State Museum of Natural History and the Grand Central Terminal, both of which are home to a variety of museums and galleries, the agency said.
The fourth honeymoon is scheduled to take place in 2019 in the Great Hall of the Empire in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The last one is in 2020 in the Empire State Building in Manhattan.
The first six honeymoon destinations are in New England.
Each of the five is on a beach, but it’s not clear which one will be the best location for the first couple, said Jennifer Mascara, an associate professor of psychology at the University of New Hampshire who specializes in honeymoontours.
Mascara said that’s because of the sheer number of options in each of the destinations.
“I think the most important thing is to go to as many places as possible,” she said.
“You’re going to want to explore as much of New York as possible, which means going to the same beaches and visiting the same places over and over again.
That way, you can be sure that you’re going where the fun is.””
There are so many different things you can do, so you have to plan in advance and have a plan.
That way, you can be sure that you’re going where the fun is.”
She said the next six destinations are also all in New Jersey.
The final six are in Washington, D.C., New York and Pennsylvania.
The honeymoon planners are also working to expand on the new honeypot categories, which are already in place, including an expanded list of four-person parties and four-woman families, and a two-person group of six or more.
For example, they’re looking at the options of an evening and weekend honeymoon in a house in Manhattan, a three-night party in a home in Manhattan and a three or four-day trip with four or five people in New Hampshire.
The proposed changes, which the department approved unanimously, are part of a broader effort to make honeymoon vacations more inclusive.
In 2015, the state created an expanded honeymoon category to allow for the inclusion of more family-friendly events, like honeymoon parties and group outings.
The changes were aimed at making the state’s honeymoon sites more welcoming to couples.