As much as you love your kids, sometimes it’s nice to get away without them so you can really appreciate them. If you can’t even remember when you and your partner left town without your children, it’s time to consider taking a grown-ups only trip, like one of these.
The All-About-Wine Weekend - There are reds, whites and rosés waiting for you all around the country, just pick where you’d like to go. The Finger Lakes region in upstate New York is good for Riesling and Chardonnay, down in Texas they make Syrahs and Cabs, and of course, there’s always California for your own “Sideways” wine tour.
The Chicken Nugget-Less Night Away - You and your partner deserve a real meal, or better still, a whole weekend of them. Pick a city and go explore all the exciting eateries there. From Chicago to San Francisco, any metropolitan area you choose will make a fine food-focused, adults-only trip.
The Highway Hideaway - Ditch the car seats, make the perfect playlist and hit the road with your sweetie. Head up Route 6 in Massachusetts to check out Cape Cod, or travel to Santa Fe for some Southwestern scenery. For this getaway, the destination doesn’t matter as much as the experience of getting there together.
The City Exploration Escape - Always wanted to check out Pittsburgh’s contemporary art scene or coastal Charleston, South Carolina? Leave the kids at home and take the chance.
The We’re-Not-Even-Leaving-the-Hotel-Room Retreat - Sometimes what parents really want is time for themselves. So it doesn’t really matter where you go as long as you’re together and no little hands are banging on the door or asking when breakfast will be ready. Now that’s a trip we’d like to take.
Source: Huffington Post