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.
Florida may be worse than New Jersey, but it does have amazing beaches.
And if you're in the Sunshine State with a boy/lady friend, you might as well find one where you're allowed to ride horses!
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.
The main attraction in town is the Mystic Seaport, where you can see old restored ships and a tiny recreated 19th-century village.
(You better believe they have a printing press.) There's also an aquarium, planetarium, and dining options outside that one famous pizza place.
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.
But most importantly, it has mountain opera, which everyone knows is the best kind.
Napa Valley is the expected choice here, but you can mix it up by pretending to be Batman and enjoying your California wines in a legit cave.
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.