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4 Romantic Getaways that Don't Require a Passport!

Your honeymoon begins as soon as you and your newlywed spouse close the door on your getaway car.  What? You haven't even started planning your honeymoon? Honey.. let me help you get started! Here are four romantic resorts and getting to them doesn't require a passport or even a long plane ride!



Cibolo Creek Ranch Marfa Texas




















If the romance of the Southwest appeals to you check out Cibolo Creek Ranch in Marfa Texas. It's only a short drive from Big Ben National Park (not to be confused with a certain clock in London). The ranch staff happily make arrangements for guests including horseback riding, hiking, even a Humvee tour in the mountains. Visit the website here to read more and plan your Texas honeymoon.


You might think the photo below is from some exotic Polynesian Resort on the other side of the world. It is the Little Palm Island Resort in the Florida Keys. Romantic bungalows with thatched roofs and discreet staff make this resort stand out. Fly into the Key West airport where you will take a sea plane or boat to reach the resort. Now that's what I call secluded! Visit the website to plan your honeymoon.
Photos of Little Palm Island Resort & Spa, Little Torch Key
This photo of Little Palm Island Resort & Spa is courtesy of TripAdvisor


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Greyfield Inn Cumberland Island Ga





















Did you know only 300 people a day are allowed onto the very private, Cumberland Island? Located on the Barrier Islands of Georgia, Cumberland Island is the perfect getaway for newlyweds. John Kennedy Jr. married Carolyn Bessette here in 1996. Click here to begin planning your stay.



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Madrona Manor Healdsburg Ca.

Napa Valley honeymooners should consider Madrona Manor. This Gilded Age mansion has been voted by Travel and Leisure readers as one of the ten most romantic hotels in America. Visit their website to begin planning your romantic get away.

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