BEST CITIES FOR DATING IN AMERICA

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Nowadays, Valentine’s Day is observed as a special day for love and romance. To strengthen unions, marriage experts advise couples to “make weekly dates” or “go away on a couple’s weekend.” Those are great ideas, but let’s be realistic: how often can busy couples expect to drop everything and get away?

Flowers and chocolates are a good start, but what could be a better way to impress that special someone on Valentine’s Day than with an unforgettable date at a romantic place?

Let’s start exploring these lovely cities!

AUSTIN

There’s just something romantic about chocolate, and fortunately, Austin has some incredible places for sweet treats. Downtown Austin has dozens of unique and historic hotels. Get away from the hustle and bustle and enjoy a romantic night together at one of downtown’s best hotels. As the Live Music Capital of the World, Austin features countless concerts across town every night. Enjoy a live show together at one of Austin’s best music venues.

 BOSTON

The Cradle of Liberty, the Hub of the Universe and the Athens of America. These are big words for a mid-sized city. But Boston lives up to them. With its rich history, grand architecture and world-renowned academic and cultural institutions, the city retains and radiates the glory it has garnered over the last four centuries.

CHICAGO

Chicago offers plenty of opportunities to impress your significant other with a romantic Windy City getaway. Chicago has a variety of spots for an intimate dinner. Chicago is home to a number of fabulous high end hotels. Nothing sparks the romance like being pampered by professional hotel staff in luxurious surroundings.

MIAMI

Just as no two Cabs taste the same, each Miami wine venue offers a distinct flavor—spectacle, art, intimacy—easily distinguishing one from another. Miami’s wine bars and bistros welcome wine lovers of all kinds, from casual drinkers to expert connoisseurs, balancing hip acidity

NEW ORLEANS

Locals say that the South ends fifty miles north of New Orleans. In many ways, this is true. This city is home to a diverse music culture, world-renowned cuisine, voodoo, and Mardi Gras , one of the world’s largest parties.

NEW YORK

New York City, arguably the world’s most vibrant and sprawling metropolis, occupies five boroughs, each with its own distinct identity.

PHOENIX & SCOTTSDALE

The “Valley of the Sun”.  Surrounded by the beautiful Sonoran Desert, Scottsdale – a suburb turned destination, has achieved international acclaim apart from Phoenix thanks in part to its unique arid landscape, thriving metropolis and gorgeous weather.

SAN DIEGO

Relatively free from smog and overbuilt freeways, San Diego, set around a gracefully curving bay, is the second most-populous city in California – affluent and libertarian, but also easygoing and friendly.

SAN FRANCISCO

The sights, sounds and flavors of this community, and even its climate, can change within a single block. This city has full of bars, dance clubs, restaurants, and one-of-a-kind shops, located in the commercial area where you can change and express your love with your partner.

SEATTLE

Located on the shore of sparkling Elliott Bay, with the snowy peak of Mount Rainier in the distance, Seattle has a magnificent setting, with a modern skyline of glass skyscrapers, a friendly charm, and plenty of fun coffeehouses, good restaurants, and engaging clubs.

Source: http://travel.yahoo.com

 

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