When you think about taking a second honeymoon, you probably don't picture your kids tagging along. But if a couple's getaway isn't in the budget this year, don't be discouraged: The travel industry is offering more adult- and kid-friendly options than ever, so Mom and Dad can carve out a lot more alone time during the annual family trip.
For the best of both worlds, plus all-inclusive meals and entertainment, a cruise ship may be the perfect pick. Cruise lines like Carnival, Princess, and Royal Caribbean have jumped onboard by incorporating more supervised kids' areas into their ships. One ship that does this particularly well is Disney Cruise Line's Fantasy (disneycruise.com), which travels from Port Canaveral, Florida, to various islands in the Caribbean. And while Disney is known for its outstanding kids' programs, its newest ships offer a wide range of adults-only activities. Fantasy -- Disney's latest and largest ship -- includes kid-free restaurants run by award-winning chefs and several other spaces set aside for grown-ups including a 14,144-square-foot spa, quiet outdoor pool, four lounges, three bars, and a nightclub.