Best Places To Be With Your Valentine

Valentine’s Day is coming, and you know what that means: it’s time for some serious romancing. This holiday isn’t for the weak-hearted — you must put your heart and soul out in public all for the sake of (high school) love. For those who shot Cupid’s arrow and snagged a date — congratulations, you’re one step closer to fulfilling your inner child’s expectations of Valentine’s Day! To fulfill your dream of being in a rom com movie, just take your sweetheart to some of the most cliche places ever. It all goes uphill from here….right?

 

Beach:

So you say you like long walks on the beach at sunset. Now it’s time to prove it. Take your Valentine to the beach and see how long both of you can last on the shore. Nothing’s more romantic than having bloody feet from walking all over those sharp pebbles and having sand in places where the sun doesn’t shine!

 

Movie Theatre:

Nothing can get more romantic than this. I mean, you’re watching a movie, so you don’t even have to talk to each other!. If you want to be a little scandalous, you can even add in some hand holding in there. Gasp!

 

Picnic:

Ah yes, a cute little picnic. What can go wrong? Not much — it’s a sweet, innocent date where you can enjoy your date’s presence in a good environment. The fresh scent of grass fills your nose, the soft breeze brushes against your face — love is clearly in the air… along with the bugs and birds. While you’re watching out for mosquitos and incoming bird feces, make sure you’re also checking what you’re stepping in. You never know the surprises that can be left behind. Oh, isn’t nature wonderful?

 

Disneyland:

Maybe you and your date are adrenaline junkies and want your hearts to race for more reasons than just love — Disneyland would be a good start. Nevertheless, the happiest place on earth is not a Sia song – it’s nothing close to “Cheap Thrills.” $110 for each person, where you’ll probably spend most of your time waiting in long lines? Yeesh. (Hopefully you’ll get to see a headless Ursula!! True story, this actually happened recently at Disneyland ;))