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Tuesday, February 14, 2023

Valentine's Travel Tip Round-Up

For the last two weeks, I've been posting blogs about romantic destinations and Facebook posts to help you plan the ultimate getaway with your luck significant other. If, by chance, you've missed those or just aren't on Facebook, I've done a round-up for you here.

Feb 1: Is Paris on your list of romantic vacations? If so, here's everything you need to know about visiting the Eiffel Tower.

Feb 2: While you may not be ready for this year, you π‘π‘Žπ‘› work on next year, or later this year, especially if you live somewhere cold and want to get out of there for a little bit. Here are the most romantic getaways in each state.

Feb 3:πŸ’Looking to propose this year (or in the future), but don't want to be a clichΓ©? Then skip these overdone destinations and choose more unique ones instead.

Feb 4: Queer/gay couples looking for a quick getaway in a very friendly city should absolutely look to Palm Springs. It can be romantic, but it's also great for those who love the outdoors, the food scene, art (street and traditional) and shopping.

Feb 5: Not all destinations are friendly to everyone, which sucks, but I find that those that are LGBTQ-friendly are always awesome and much more fun than other cities/countries. If you're looking for a place to travel with your loved one that is accepting, check out these cities for your next romantic getaway.

Feb 6: πŸ₯‚Champagne has been one of those celebratory (and sexy?) beverages for a long time. We drink it at weddings, New Years, and on fancy dates, but do you know what makes it so special?

Feb 7: πŸ’œIf you're looking for a truly unique destination for your next trip, check out these heart-shaped places to plan a trip around.

Feb 8: These tips can help you take an alternative Valentine's Day getaway, or even a regular trip another time of the year.

Never let go, Jack...er, Eric. Never let go.
2 mins later, the person next to Eric wanted an aisle seat, so we switched.

Feb 9: Sometimes, staying home is cheaper and better than any other plan for Valentine's Day. Here are some of my favorite ways to plan a great (and romantic) staycation.

Feb 10: Many of us think of honeymoons as 𝒕𝒉𝒆 romantic vacation, but why are honeymoons even a thing and how have they changed over the years?

Feb 11: There's more to Paris museums than just the Louvre. Here are some of my favorite places to view art and history in the city.

Feb 12: I love a place that's fun and different. If you're looking for a funky getaway for you and your special person, check out these places you can book for a little R&R&R (that 3rd R is for romance 😍).

Feb 13: Why be the same as everyone else and celebrate your love on Valentine's Day? I mean, you should celebrate your love π’†π’—π’†π’“π’šπ’…π’‚π’š, but if you want to do something extra special, plan a trip for a different time of the year. Maybe at one of these places.

Feb 14: Valentine's Day isn't all about being part of a couple. You can be alone and love yourself first. Solo travel can really help you learn what you want, put yourself first, and enjoy things that don't revolve around another person.

I hope you all have a wonderful day, whether you're celebrating Valentine's Day or not, whether you have a special someone or not, whether you choose to do it up big or stay home and save money. Have you ever taken a romantic vacation for Valentine's Day?

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