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.
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.
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.).
Eureka Springs has small-town charm (chocolate shops, kaleidoscope-kite stores, dinner trolleys, etc.).
Pristine beaches ripe for dumping your cooler of cheap lager!
), but it also boasts plenty to do now that you're an adult and attempting to impress someone not wearing an airbrushed tank.You're going there to drop your bags, maybe do a quick spin around the hotel gardens, and head out to the larger Brandywine Valley area.While you won't be inundated with an incredibly boozy concoction everywhere you go, the region, which encompasses swaths of Delaware Pennsylvania, does have several gorgeous manors and gardens there, including the Nemours Mansion and Winterthur, built by the Du Pont family.Weekend trips are great, but they can also be a hassle to plan.So to save you the pain of pouring over Fodor's and Expedia, we picked out a romantic rendezvous point in every state in America.We favored smaller towns and quiet lakes/mountains/beaches to make it seem more like a "getaway," and tried to steer clear of experiences that hinged too heavily on one really kick-ass resort.