Dating on valentines day

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Create great ambiance with candles, music, rose petals, and perhaps a bouquet of red tulips, if roses aren't in your budget. If your relationship hasn't moved in that direction yet, book Swedish massages for the two of you in separate rooms, so you both can enjoy the experience and compare notes afterwards and say hello to relaxation. Download a mobile app where you can name that tune and see who wins. It's a leap of good faith that will help you have a Happy Valentine's Day.After that romantic dinner, there's not need to get a room. Make a music playlist for him or her as a gift, then go out to hear some live music together. Stop by a fortune teller or card reader with your Valentine to see what the future will hold. How will you be celebrating Valentine's Day this year?Pretend you're on vacation and opt for an in-room dining alternative. It helps with relaxation, so take him to a cooking class, where the two of you can whip up a fancy meal. Plus, Shakespeare said, "If music be the food of love, play on." Make your Valentine's a night of music.You can take care of the appetizers and main course, but ask your date for input on the dessert the menu. Having warm oil massaged into your body is surely a treat. Find a place to go for dessert together, with your menus in hand and order chocolate. Buy your Valentine a music CD or create a playlist, then stay in and watch a recorded concert on TV.Open up your local paper and turn to the gig listings, shut your eyes and pick one.

Plus, Valentine's is on a three-day weekend, so you can enjoy these activities, regardless of your relationship status over the period of almost 100 hours. Dress up for the occasion and find a class near you.

Even if you can't find a class anywhere, take your Valentine dancing at a local spot with live music anyway! Remember to kiss your Valentine when you're staring at the stars together. Whether it's ice-skating or roller-skating, take your Valentine to the closest rink in town. When she arrives at the destination, send her a second clue requesting a Skype or Face Time chat where you can wish each other a Happy Valentine's Day, video style.

Then hold your date tight as you ride the roller coaster together. Snap some photos and post them on Instagram (with permission from your date). You'll find yourselves reminiscing about your childhood memories, while you get a little physical activity. Third, send another text message on where you'd like her to go next.

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