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.
(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.
You're going to Sedona to marvel at all the majestic red rocks, but it's your call whether you do this via pink Jeep tour or hot-air balloon.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.So is browsing the vendors (and ships) along River St. In the winter, the resort town offers snowshoeing, snow tubing, and skiing off Brundage Mountain. A Loch Ness-type figure named Sharlie is rumored to hang around, so if you wanna really make an impression and score a private patch of the lake, just shout his name. Get out to Malanaphy Springs and Phelps Park for your nature fix.You can ride the Ferris wheel on The Wharf, go mini-golfing on Adventure Island, take a glass-blowing class at the arts center, or, you know, lie on the beach.But anytime you have the opportunity to eat and drink on a boat while watching dolphins, you should always take it. is romantic in its own way, a couples retreat in AK isn't complete without some Northern Lights action. Make sure to book a place with aurora wake-up calls (many of them do this) and then decide whether you want to embark on a lights-themed van tour or dogsled adventure for the day.The main attraction in town is the Mystic Seaport, where you can see old restored ships and a tiny recreated 19th-century village.