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Romantic Dates
(for Ages 22-24)

Take your date dancing on the observation or sun deck of a hotel or apartment complex. Carry a portable stereo or radio.

Find a restaurant in a little town about an hour away. Stop every now and then to take pictures of each other (or have someone take a picture of you together). Take romantic pictures, funny pictures, pictures of the scenery. If you time it right, you can get a picture of the sunset. Get the waiter to take your picture together. Then on your next date, after getting the pictures developed, make a collage of your date together.

If you want to take your date to a peaceful place but yet have still have the comforts of town, take him/her to a lake in the evening and sit on the beach and drink tea that you prepared in advance.

Take a horse-drawn carriage ride.

Take your date to a new restaurant in the city. Have a rose sitting on her chair when you get to your table. When you are done, go on a carriage ride around the city. This is so much fun when it's snowing!

Watch the sunset together (best at the lake, ocean, or mountains).

Throw a prom! Hand your spouse an invitation when he/she leaves the house in the morning with a blindfold and a nice outfit. Give instructions to spruce up, put on the blindfold when he/she gets to the door, then knock. You must look your best, also. Decorate your living room in a prom type style and set out a candle light dinner. Have music playing when he/she enters.

Take a candle, a candle stand, some matches, and your own cereal goodies (cereal, milk, spoons, bowls). Go to the park and have Cheerios By Candlelight (choose your date's favorite cereal).

Take a walk on the beach. If you live near the ocean or a large lake, taking a walk on the beach or the shoreline at sunset or in the moonlight can be very romantic and peaceful.

If it's a nice warm and clear night, pick a nice bright star and just follow it wherever it leads until you can't follow it any more. At any point you can break off your journey and stop for ice cream, to talk, or pick another marker to follow. It can be quite romantic.

Cut out different colored heart shaped pieces of paper, write cute little rhyming clues linking each heart to the next one eventually leading to where you are hiding. Hide them in different areas outside. Surprise him/her with a romantic poem when he/she reaches you.

Take a drive to see the trees in spring blossom.

Go on a beach and cuddle on a blanket with candles all around, while you stare up at the stars and listen to the waves crash....Magical

Rent ice skates at a local rink. After a couple of hours of skating, when hands are frozen and the excitement has worn off, go home and make some hot chocolate and enjoy cuddling in front of a warm fire.

Blindfold your date and feed him/her foods of your choice. Be playful. It's fun for the both of you! Be sure to let your date have a chance at this one. Once you've finished, watch a movie by the fire or just cuddle.

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