Ideas for a close-to-home babymoon??

posted 4 years ago in Pregnancy
Post # 2
7917 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

Are you wanting to do a staycation or something within driving distance? It can be fun to do touristy things as a local. Suggestions might be more tailored to you if you gave an idea of where you live. 

Post # 3
3296 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2013 - An amazing non-profit retreat

Not really a babymoon, but next weekend we’re taking an extra day off and going to a surfing village about a 3 hour drive away. We’re bringing a girlfriend and we figure it’s going to be the last time we can just pick up and go for awhile. It’ll just be special because we’ll all be there and doing what we love to do– poke around fun village shops, hang out in the pool, explore the beach, and my husband will go surf for a day. We do have a romantic weekend that was gifted to us for our wedding, but we can’t use it right now because it’s for a hot springs and it would be pointless to go right now if all I can do is dip my feet in 😛

Post # 4
7203 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2015

ExpectingBee:  It would be helpful to know what area you are located in. 

Post # 6
2449 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

Maybe find a couple of places within a 1-2 he drive for a couple of little day trips. Check out restaurants and local attractions in your town and others nearby. Sleep in, don’t do chores or house projects. Get a new book and lounge and read. Spa Day sounds nice. Go out for breakfast during the week at the spots that get busy on the weekend. hit a happy hour or two for great apps. See if you can find a sporting event, theater show or even hit a movie matinee. zoo, aquarium, museums? Enjoy! 

Post # 7
33 posts
  • Wedding: March 2013

Well the obvious one for any albertan is to head to the mountains. Jasper or banff?

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