Time for a Getaway
If your idea of conversation with your spouse begins and ends with "Good night," leisurely dining means taking turns sitting down to eat, and the term "undivided attention" is an oxymoron on a par with "personal time," you two need to get away -- sans kids -- at least for a night. Resort or rustic, city or boonies, active or lazy, five stars or under the stars, it matters not. The key is for parents to make the time to reacquaint and reconnect. That said, romantic settings and scenery can't hurt when it comes time to plan a weekend escape. We discovered 10 getaway spots offering diverse attractions and plenty of great ways to relax -- just what every couple needs!