C & I always talk about a honeymoon but have never actually taken any steps towards planning one.
At first we talked about going to Seattle for a week because I've always wanted to visit Seattle. We talked about staying in Seattle for 3-4 days and then making a run for the border to Vancouver for another 3-4 days. But neither of us have ever been to either city and I'm not entirely sure what you do in each. Especially Vancouver. Plus, to actually get to Vancouver, I'd have to get my ass on the ball and get my new passport in my new name. Other things I'm not sure about include public transportation or the need for a car.
Then we talked about a resort in the Caribbean to just relax. To get some time away and relax after everything with the wedding and stuff. It's really tempting. We definitely wouldn't need a car there; we'd practically never leave the resort probably.
Then we talked about going to NYC, which is the opposite of going to the Caribbean but whatever. C loves NYC and wants so badly to go there again. We've been checking out relatively affordable places on vrbo.com and it would be do-able. Definitely no car needed there. Lots of things to see and do. And it's another place on my bucket list (Seattle too).
Then today I started looking at listings for Savannah, GA on vrbo. There's some places on there that are super tempting and affordable and seem to be in good locations. C stayed there one time when he was supposed to go on a cruise that got delayed due to a hurricane and kind of fell in love with it. It seems like it would almost be the best of both worlds, lots to see and do (and eat!) but kind of a sleepy town where we could relax. (Doesn't everything seem kind of slower when you think of GA, like, just not rushed...) I'm not sure about the need for a car there, it seems like there are plenty of trolleys and "pedicabs" (bicycle cabs?) and tons of things to walk to. Unless we wanted to go to the beach (Tybee Island?), I'm not sure how we could get there without a car.
Another thing to take into consideration is the weather/time of year. We'd most likely be going in June, after school gets out for C. I have no idea what the weather is like in any of these places in June and I'd need to research some before deciding. Plus, who wants to go tropical in June? Save it for the dead of winter when it's -10 outside...