Valentines Day: the hardest day of the year for men in a relationship. Making romantic plans can feel like drawing up charts for a secret mission. Valentine’s Day is not mission impossible. You can do this. Here’s how.
Take chocolates to the next level. Grabbing a box of candy is not going to work. Do women love chocolate? Yes! But the thought is more important than the gift. If you want to give her chocolates, make it amazing. Take her to a chocolate factory for a tour and maybe a candy making lesson. Farris and Foster’s in Orlando, Florida is one of many boutique chocolatiers that hosts guests behind the scenes in the candy making rooms. As if you need another excuse to head to Disney for the winter! Get her chocolate fix then head to one of the theme parks for a week of Valentine’s vacation. Stay cozy in a condo with a view. There is plenty of opportunity for romance when you’re overlooking Orlando.
Freshen up giving flowers. Cut flowers end up in the trash, and a potted plant is an extra thing to take care of. If smelling the roses is on your V-Day plans, take her to see some amazing blooms. It may surprise you that one of the world’s most magnificent botanical gardens is nestled in the Arizona desert. Tohono Chul Park in Tucson is a 49-acre spectacle of natural beauty. Hummingbird gardens, patio cafes, and a delicious escape from winter make this a perfect romantic getaway for Valentine’s Day. This condo in Boulder Canyon is nestled amongst more beautiful scenery and the natural world. Take a romantic hike through Catalina State Park. Enjoy breakfast pool side on the patio. What could be more heartwarming than a warm desert winter?
If you can’t come up with something special, take her to Hawaii. Any place that’s popular with honeymooners is perfect for Valentine’s Day too. Which ever island you choose is certain to be filled with all things fun for a couple on vacation: couples massages, para-sailing, jet skis, scuba diving, swimming with dolphins, and so much more.