A romantic trip

@maximax8 (28247)
United Kingdom
February 14, 2012 9:21am CST
Years ago I dated my ex-boyfriend and I took him to Belgium for Valentines Day. We stayed there for four nights and had a look around the lovely old town with its many canals. One day whilst we were there is snowed and the landscape looked even more magical. Where do you think is ideal for a romantic trip and why? Do you remember any great valentines days in the past?
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@Iriene88 (5352)
• Malaysia
16 Feb 12
Wow, I can imagine the mesmerizing snowing landscape in Belgium. That is absolutely breathtaking! I always thought that a visit to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, or perhaps a visit to Venice would be a romantic place to be on Valentine's Day. However, personally I think the most important place to be will be anywhere that is full of tranquility and be accompanied by our love ones The only time that I remembered celebrating Valentine's Day with my husband was when we are still dating. He brought me to a five star hotel for a Valentine's Day lunch where all the food served are in heart shapes. The door gift are a pair of Russian diamonds. After marriage, it seems no more Valentine's Day celebration
@maximax8 (28247)
• United Kingdom
17 Feb 12
My sister got pregnant with one of her daughter's on Valentines Day. Even though they have been married many years she and her husband still celebrate Valentines Day with a meal out and loving each other. Yes, Venice is a very romantic city worth visiting. I am divorced now but did have my honeymoon there. Thanks for your superb response.
@jricky1 (6809)
• China
15 Feb 12
I think it might be romantic to have your vacations in Paris,anyway,eruope is just so romantic and i just wanna spend the day with special person.Yeah,it would be romentic to stay with your lover at any moment i think.HAVE A GOOD DAY.
@maximax8 (28247)
• United Kingdom
15 Feb 12
Yes, Paris is an incredibly beautiful and romantic destination. I agree that it is ideal year round. The Eiffel Tower is a stunning sight and the River is superb for a boat ride. The shops are interesting to browse in for a couple in love.
@Porcospino (17873)
• Denmark
14 Feb 12
I think that there are a lot of beautiful and romantic places around the world. When my husband and I visited Latvia and we went to a small town called Sigulda, we both liked that town a lot and I think that it would be a nice and romantic place to spend Valentines day. Another charming little town is Viljandi in Estonia, I would like to go back to that town and spend Valetines day there My favourite Valentines day was four years ago. It was the day when my husband and I met eachother for the first time. We didn't do anything special, we just drank coffee and talked for hours, but I will always remember that day, because it was our first meeting.
@maximax8 (28247)
• United Kingdom
15 Feb 12
Wow! You met your husband on Valentines Day four years ago. Therefore Valentines Day is a very special day for you and your husband. It was an ideal day for your first meeting. Four years ago I visited Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia with my disabled son when he was thirteen months old. We loved it in Sigulda and saw the charming looking castle. Thanks for your wonderful response.
@hunibani (720)
• Philippines
14 Feb 12
I think africa is a good option. To the Madagascar !hehe. With the wilds :P
@maximax8 (28247)
• United Kingdom
15 Feb 12
That is an excellent suggestion. One of my friends had her honeymoon at Madagascar. I have always fancied going there to see the lemurs.
@soulist (2987)
• United States
20 Feb 12
I am not a fan of Valentine's Day and my boyfriend isn't either. We don't think we need a day to proclaim or love for each other. I'm trying to think of trips we took together, we went to Baltimore for a few days just for the heck of it. We walked around and talked. He took me to Edgar Allen Poe's grave I am a literature buff and loved every minute of it. We went to the top of a lighthouse and talked about what it would be like living there. On the way home we detoured and went to D.C. It was a sweet romantic trip because we were together and because we got the chance to really talk to each other about something other than bills.
@missybear (11396)
• United States
18 Feb 12
We never really do anything for Valentines but if I had a choice to go some place I might consider a nice bed and breakfast somewhere in the Alps, maybe Switzerland or Austria with lots of snow and Hot Totties.