Valentines Day is the opportunity for everyone to be romantic. Romance doesn’t come easy to some people, especially some men, so having a special day to celebrate romance is an opportunity not to be missed to show the number one person in your life just how special they are to you. And if you are still looking for a date on Valentine’s day then you do have the option of check out these Amsterdam Babes that will spend their valentine’s day with you.
You do not have to spend a lot of money on expensive gifts – they mean nothing if they are not backed up by your personal touch of words and gestures. It is the little things that count the most – a gentle hug, a caring touch, a loving word – these small things speak volumes in showing just how much your partner means to you.
Here are some ideas of romantic things to do on Valentines Day:
- Go for a drive somewhere nice where you can go for a romantic stroll hand-in-hand. There are lots of lovely places you can visit in your area – you could have a stroll along the beach followed by a nice pub lunch or just a drink in a cozy pub with a real fire. Do a bit of research in advance to find a suitable place. If you are into walking, you could plan a scenic route in the countryside, with a nice place to stop for lunch, either for a picnic or at a pub. There are lots of parks around most areas which are usually pretty at most times of the year. In the UK, the first snowdrops are out which makes a lovely sight. I’m sure you know of other attractive places in your area. Take some bread to feed the ducks and just take pleasure in the simple things. Make sure you hold hands, cuddle up together, stop for a kiss now and again (whatever your age!) and laugh together.
- Go for a long drive with romantic music playing in the car. Stop at a picturesque location and produce a bottle of champagne and some chocolates. Obviously one of you will be driving, so you won’t both be able to drink, but pop the cork and pour a glass for your partner and look forward to sharing the rest when you get home. Feed the chocolates to each other seductively.
- If you are a long-term couple or already live together, book into a nice bed and breakfast or hotel and spend the night cuddled up together. When you wake up, present your partner with a romantic, personal, hand-written note wrapped inside a perfumed red envelope expressing how you feel about him/her. Order breakfast in bed if you can. You can do this at home if you can’t afford a night away and make breakfast to bring back to bed. Put a single red rose on the tray.
- Plan a slideshow. Dim the lights, open a bottle of champagne, and invite your partner to join you. Compile a collection of photos of the two of you over the years, (assuming you have been together for some time) onto a disc and watch them together, remembering what you were feeling at that moment and cherish your favorite moments together.
- Cuddle up together on the sofa and watch your favorite romantic movie of all time. You can relive your own romance through the fictional characters in the film.
Some suggestions are Love Story, Titanic, Romeo, and Juliet, When Harry Met Sally, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Love Actually, Sleepless in Seattle, Casablanca – I’m sure you can think of lots more.
- Agree to do something with your partner that you have never been keen to do before. Maybe he’s into fishing or she’s into dancing or whatever it is. The simple act of doing something together that you have never done together before can be enough to fire up the essence of love and romance between you.
Whatever you decide to do, make sure you show that you care and have fun. Laughter is the greatest aphrodisiac – if you can laugh with each other and at each other, that is the best way to keep your love alive and sparkling.
Use your own imagination to think of other romantic things to do on Valentine’s Day. Let me know what you come up with.