Go away, but don't go far! There's no rule that says you have to get far away to have a romantic getaway. Less travel time means more time relaxing together, not to mention it is budget-friendly. Instead of a long plane ride, consider a short drive to a neighboring city or even just across town! Check into a hotel and enjoy. Get a couples spa treatment, make eyes at each other over a romantic dinner, lounge in bed in the morning with coffee, croissants, a newspaper -- and each other, before you take a duo soak in the tub. Snuggle up and watch an erotic in-room movie, or dress up and flirt over cocktails. Distance isn't the objective here -- spending alone time together is what makes it romantic.
Find a cozy bed and breakfast or an intimate inn and spend the weekend with long walks and personal talks. A place that's serene and peaceful helps you unwind from the bustle of everyday life and gives you a chance to reconnect romantically. No ringing phones, no demanding kids and jobs -- just the two of you together with no agenda but each other.
The great outdoors is a perfect setting for romance. What's better than sharing a sleeping bag and counting the stars above you, making slow sweet love in the fresh outdoor air and frolicking together in a cool mountain lake? You can cuddle by the campfire and share plans and memories, go to bed with the sun, holding on tight to each other. Whether in a tent or a rustic cabin, the cost can be low and the romance quotient high on an outdoor weekend getaway for two.
A retreat, spa weekend, nude beach, a long drive culminating in an elegant picnic for two...your romantic weekend getaway can be whatever you imagine. The centerpiece is simply two people having uninterrupted time together in a new location. The change of scenery helps you be alone together and adds that taste of adventure to your relationship.
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