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 Second Honeymoon - Take One Before You Have To 
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Second Honeymoon - Take One Before You Have To
by: Diane McCalley



Hey, remember that honeymoon you and your new spouse took oh so many years ago? Wasn't it wonderful? The romance? The walks on the beach? The kisses under the moonlight?

Now, if you're thinking, "yeah, those were the days," then you and your beloved are due for a second honeymoon. That's right, a second honeymoon. Who said romance and spontaneity has to go away just because you've been married for awhile. Newlyweds don't corner the market on romance, you know.

So, now that you're warm to the idea of a second honeymoon, it's time to pick a place. Let's see, where shall it be? Now, if you're steering towards packing up the kids and taking off to the Grand Canyon, stop right there. This is not a family vacation. It's a second honeymoon, and one unofficial rule of a second honeymoon is NO KIDS! Not that there's anything wrong with kids. And yours are probably cute and adorable, especially in their little footie pajamas. But, cute, adorable and footie pajamas don't belong on a honeymoon. They belong back home with grandma and grandpa.

One spot you might consider for your second honeymoon is probably one you and the family wouldn't consider for your family vacation, which makes it even more perfect for your honeymoon. May I suggest St. Thomas, one of the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Well, of course, being an island, St. Thomas can't help but be a romantic place to stay for your second honeymoon. And, if you want to be pampered, you might consider staying at one of the fine Spa Resorts on St. Thomas. Below are a couple of Resort Spas of note:

The Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort & Spa
340-777-7100

The award-winning Wyndham is one of St. Thomas' most popular all-inclusive resort spas. What does all-inclusive mean? It means that many amenities are included in one package, which usually helps cut down on costs. Amenities like:

*All Meals and Snacks

*All Beverages - including premium liquor and house wine

*All activities, recreation, entertainment and non-motorized watersports, which includes tennis, basketball, beach volleyball, windsurfing, kayaks and snorkeling.

*Access to the Fitness Center

*Taxes and Gratuities - that's right, no tipping required.

There is an additional Spa Package for those who wish to avail themselves of the spa facilities.

The Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas
340-775-3333

Another great resort on St. Thomas is the Ritz-Carlton, undergoing a $40 million renovation and enhancement project, to be completed in December 2006. The Ritz-Carlton is located on a 30-acre estate overlooks the water and white-sand beaches of the eastern tip of St. Thomas.

Those going on second honeymoons might be interested in their "Reconnect Package" which includes ocean front accommodations, daily breakfast for two, and one half-day Lady Lynsey sail for two guests per stay.

No matter where you stay on St. Thomas, do venture out and explore the wonderful beaches that St. Thomas has to offer. While your resort probably has its own private beach, you should take the opportunity and explore all the other public beaches as well.

Coki Point

A small, yet popular beach with calm waters. Coki Point is great for boat, jet skiing, scuba diving and snorkeling, with onsite beach rentals of equipment.

Magens Bay

A very popular beach, often thought of as the best beach in all of St. Thomas. You have to pay for its popularity, however. There is a small entry fee. Another place for sailing, snorkeling and kayaking.

Secret Harbor

Interested in diving? Then head out to Secret Harbor, which is considered ideal for diving. An onsite dive rental shop can assist you with equipment.

Lindquist Beach

An undeveloped beach with no equipment rental or food stands. If you want to get away from the commercial beaches, this is the place.

Wherever you stay, or beaches you visit, take time to relax and rediscover one another. Who knows, maybe you'll decide to renew your vows at the same time. Does that mean you then will go on a third honeymoon? Hm, well, there's an idea.


About The Author

Diane McCalley is an avid traveler and creator of http://www.thetravelerscompanion.com and http://www.vacationhoneymoon.net.


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