An in-depth look at the delicate art of combining business and personal travel.
I didn’t work during my honeymoon, but I came close. We were headed to Rome and the Amalfi Coast when I learned that a magazine for which I frequently contributed was planning a special issue on Italy.
I almost volunteered to write a piece on some of the Michelin-starred restaurants I was longing to visit, or on one of the enchanting neighborhoods we’d be wandering through in the Eternal City. The benefits were obvious: We’d get part of our hotel bill covered, and some meals I otherwise couldn’t afford. That was how I’d explain it to my bride.
In the end, the idea of a working honeymoon just seemed too pathetic. And it wasn’t the precedent I wanted to set for our marriage.
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