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The Best European Cities for Valentine’s Day

The Best European Cities for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching. The day that makes every woman’s heart flutter and (almost) every man’s sink. As a spoken-for lady, I wait in anticipation for Valentine’s Day. It’s the ultimate opportunity to shun roses and chocolates, book some time off work and escape reality with your one and only (even if it’s only a short trip).

Although I’m a lover of exploring new places, I do like to revisit places that hold a place in my heart and where better to spend Valentine’s Day than somewhere you’ve been to before and love? Here are some European cities I’ve visited before and would love to see again for Valentine’s Day.

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Visiting Tulum, Mexico for a Romantic Trip

Palm trees and lounge chairs in Tulum, Mexico

By Annie Shustrin

For some, Valentine’s Day is about flowers and greeting cards. For others it’s about delicious food and indulgent desserts. For travel-obsessed people like me, it’s about a trip with lots of time alone with my husband. If I could pick anything for a Valentine’s celebration it would be a day traveling around a new (or perhaps an old favorite) destination, tasting new foods, toasting with a cold drink and enjoying some down time.

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Skiing in Garmisch-Partenkirchen – A Resort Review

Skiing in Garmisch-Partenkirchen – A Resort Review

By Stephanie Staszko

As New Year celebrations merge into the reality of working life, something magical starts to happen to winter sports fanatics and enthusiasts all over the world. Their feet and hands start to twitch as snowflakes grace the surface of the Alps in Europe. The mountainous terrain of Europe comes to life with powder-hungry skiers and boarders of all ability levels who end a hard day on the slopes with some good old-fashioned après ski. And I’m no exception.

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Visiting San Juan, Puerto Rico

visiting san juan puerto rico

By Annie Shustrin

Everyone has their limit when it comes to cold weather. It doesn’t matter how much I love crisp city mornings or the cold on my face on a snowboarding trip. At some point, I’m frozen to the core. I usually hit that point pretty early in the winter, often finding myself daydreaming of tropical beaches right after the New Year.

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