At a certain point in every relationship, dollar pizza date nights just don't cut it anymore.
You've got to step up your game, and what better way to do that than get the hell out of town?
The very phrase "Victorian mountain village" should sell you on this AR escape, but in case you need more convincing, here it goes: Eureka Springs has outdoorsy activities (canoes, scooter tours, big cat refuges, etc.).
Amelia Island itself is pretty quiet, so you'll get a more intimate experience than you would in Key West or Miami Beach.Plus it's named after a princess, so you know it's fancy.(But trust us: unless your date has Barbie Dream Car fantasies, there's really only one option here.) When you decide you need a break from staring at nature, head to one of the city's 20 art galleries to take in the fine Southwestern paintings and ceramics.Then head back outside to hike, kayak, ride ATVs, or maybe just drink wine in the fresh AZ air.There's requisite scuba and parasailing action, but also a PARTY BOUNCE PLAY full of inflatable slides and bounce houses.
It's technically for children, though they might be open to letting a nice-looking adult couple in. Grant Home, and nothing's quite as sexy as dead presidents named Ulysses.
You can check out those, plus the Delaware Art Museum and, like, so many parks.
But if your partner has a home shopping addiction, beware: the QVC studios are just over the state line.
OK, we know Savannah isn't some tucked-away little town -- it's one of the largest cities in the state. Wabash is home to many parks and an apple orchard, so you'll have no shortage of romantic strolling options, and the shops range from thrift stores to donut hubs, so all interests are accounted for.
But we're willing to bend the rules a little here because it's so ridiculously pretty. Most importantly, there's the 13-24 Drive In, so you can snuggle up under the stars to, uh, Decorah gets name-dropped a lot in reference to The Hotel Winneshiek, a pretty hotel boasting a tap room, "opera house," and at least two fancy stone pillars.
A stroll through Forsyth Park (with its trademark fountain) is a must. Whether you're looking to escape in June or January, Mc Call can cater to your vacation needs. ) In the summer, you can use Payette Lake for all sorts of water sports. Obviously, you should stay there, but don't spend all weekend cooped up in the place.