Posts about ‘Romantic getaways’

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Give your soulmatey a Valentine’s Day to remember.

Consider your valentine’s mind blown.

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I’m just back from my first trip to Venice, and I learned some things you might find helpful. It’s a ridiculously beautiful city — at one point I realized I wasn’t taking pictures because I couldn’t decide what wasn’t photo-worthy — but it’s not the easiest place on earth.

So on a recent trip to Charleston, S.C., I was thrilled to discover the neighborhoods of Elliotborough and Cannonborough. A nice long walk from the part of town most visitors hang out in, they can be a respite from the crowds that hang out on King Street and Market Street. (From what I can tell, they’re centered on Spring and Cannon streets, between Coming and Rutledge.) A few shops and restaurants definitely worth checking out….

Valentine’s Day is approaching, which means hotels are announcing themed packages. These packages are increasingly about sexiness more than romance, however, with extras like complimentary copies of the Kama Sutra and what used to be called “marital aids.” (Not that there’s anything wrong with that.) But you don’t have to be Carrie Bradshaw to know that sex and romance are hardly the same thing, and Valentine’s Day is about romance. We’re not talking about heart-shaped candy boxes and flowers, but the feeling that tends to happen early in a relationship, when it’s as if you’re the only two people in the world. How do you re-create that?

Ah, love. Some say “it makes the world go round,” while others insist that it is “what makes the ride worthwhile.” In either case, Valentine’s Day gives us the chance to celebrate those who bring love into our lives. If you and your loved one are fortunate enough to spend Valentine’s Day this year at Walt Disney World, you’ll find a full range of ways to make your day extra sweet.

The historic hotels of Charleston and Savannah provide memorable venues for private business events. Here’s where you can infuse that next meeting with lots of southern charm.

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