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Never Fear — Valentine’s Day Ideas Are Here!
NEVER FEAR — VALENTINE’S DAY IDEAS ARE HERE!
DATE NIGHTS IN SAN DIEGO
Have date night at home. This can be as simple or complex as you want, but no matter what, it rewards preparation. Remember: Home doesn’t feel “romantic” in the same way as your favorite restaurant or a nice hotel. You have to change things up, like move furniture and string lights (or light candles, but never leave them unattended). If you need a bottle to suit the mood, Vintage Wines in the Miramar Center and the Wine Bank on 5th Avenue can help. Or maybe you hunt up a new drink recipe to make together! When times are tough, the tough get creative. We guarantee the memories you make this Valentine’s Day will be ones to cherish for years to come.
For reasons obvious to everyone, the standard “fancy dinner and a movie” Valentine’s Day date may not be an option this year. We encourage you to try some fun new things with that special someone in your life. San Diego is home to a lot of great couple’s activities, and we picked out a few to share. Take a hike. Winter weather in our area is enough to make most of the country jealous, and what better way to take advantage than go on an adventure with your significant other? For the active couple, Ho Chi Minh Trail is a breathtaking coastal route. If you’d prefer more of a gentle birdwalk, the Tijuana Estuary in Imperial Beach is for you. And nobody forgets their first visit to the
Harper Creek pools in Cuyamaca Rancho State Park. Don’t forget to bring some water and maybe a picnic basket. Get dusty. Hunt for treasure in our city’s many used bookstores, vinyl retailers, and antique dealers. You can go in person (wearing a mask, of course), or you can make a list of hard-to- find items and start calling around, followed by curbside pickup if you luck out. Nothing beats reading a book you just found — say, at Verbatim or Bluestocking books — out loud to your loved one or clinking together champagne glasses at home while an old record you dug up at Folk Arts or M-Theory plays in the background.
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