10 Romantic Places to Take Your Wife:

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Your wife is your adviser, co-parent, personal comedian, friend and partner in crime. Treat her for all that she does with a romantic getaway. You could take a trip down memory lane, visiting locales significant to your relationship, or whisk her away for a brand new adventure. You don’t have to spend a bundle, either; consider alternatives to hotels such as the homes listed on, or take advantage of local group deals in the cities you visit.
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Wine and Dine

Northern California offers some of the most romantic locations with quaint family vineyards and stunning views of the Pacific coastline. Tour and sample bottles at famed Napa and Sonoma wineries and then dine on some of the world’s best cuisine. Take a cooking class, go horseback riding, visit great museums, dance the night away or just snuggle with your love.

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Mountain High

The White Mountains of New Hampshire provide the perfect majestic backdrop for relaxation and romance, says Mark Evan Chimsky, editor of “65 Things to Do When You Retire.” Stay at a bed and breakfast and enjoy the great outdoors. There’s also the Lafayette Dinner Train, which offers a two-hour roundtrip ride on a restored historic train that winds through the countryside with views of the mountains and the Pemigewasset River, Chimsky says.

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Tropical Paradise

The islands of the expansive Pacific Ocean are made for romance. Impress your love with a very special trip to great locales for any budget or personality. Consider the Aloha spirit in Hawaii, the international lifestyle on the islands of Thailand, the lush green jewel of Bali or for the the truly luxurious, the clear pristine waters of Bora Bora. You’ll be glad you researched the ideal location as you relax with tiny umbrellas in your drinks.


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Love Soak
Hot tubs are great, but for a truly romantic adventure consider traveling to a natural hot spring that is geothermally heated from the earth’s crust. Resorts range from naturally-formed outdoor pools to indoor tubs with spring water piped in. Try a
hot soak in the mountains of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington state. You can also travel to Hot Springs, Arkansas, a city that made its name on the sore muscles of vacationers for hundreds of years. Research on, which tracks natural hot springs in North America.


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