Sometimes you crave more than just a date night – you need a romantic getaway. Don't you feel ready to leave the kids with grandma and grandpa so you can soak up some alone time with your sweetheart? We thought so.
Spending an extended period of alone time with your significant other can help rejuvenate your relationship and help you fall in love all over again. Think of a romantic vacation as a sizable deposit into your "love account," where you can build resiliency to endure the normal challenges couples face, not to mention it can be a whole lot of fun!
So, where do you want to go?
Location and scenery can help make a vacation romantic, but oftentimes not as much as the activities you and your sweetheart do together. If you're outdoor enthusiasts, why not try your hand at surfing at the beach, or horseback riding on mountain trails? If you identify as culture lovers, consider taking in a music festival, or several nights of theater. Or maybe you're serious foodies who could tour wine country, or sample exquisite cuisine together. Select a vacation spot where you can enjoy activities together and later talk about the fun you had.
It can be a good time to trade the distractions of everyday life for a chance to connect with the one you love. Feel the rekindled flames radiate on a romance-filled vacation, just for two. Plan the family vacation for another time.