3 Dates You HAVEN’T Tried, but Should!
It’s important to take time to have date nights on a regular basis.
Candlelit dinners are fine, this is true; and once the little tots arrive, these romantic events will happen about as often as leap year. And while jewelry is nice, a woman can only wear so many rings.
Sometimes the very best gift of all isn’t one that costs money, but the one that makes you realize just how blessed you and your spouse are. There’s something to be said for thinking, well, outside of the Valentine’s Day box. If you can’t decide what to do with your significant other this February 14th, we have a few unique ideas for you.
Go Fly a Plane
What could scream “love” more than soaring ten thousand feet above the earth with the man you married? If you’ve ever wanted to learn to fly, consider purchasing a flight lesson for you and your significant other. While you won’t be able to fly solo after just one lesson, you will learn the basics about flying and, in most instances, get a chance to man the controls. And we can guarantee you this much: You won’t forget this high-flying Valentine’s Day gift for many years to come.
Getaway – but Not Too Far
When people talk about getting away, they often think of week-long events costing more than a new car and, for most parents, requiring an inordinate amount of planning. Short weekend getaways, however, involve much less time and money, but can be just as rewarding, if not more relaxing.
Bookit.com’s Romantic Travel Experts say, “Whether you’re engaged, newlyweds, or married with kids, it’s always important to take time to have date nights on a regular basis.” They suggest planning a secret “mystery date giveaway weekend.” One partner plans the date and the other remains pleasantly surprised.