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    Romantic Places to Visit

    What are the most romantic places to visit in the US? If you wanted to plan a trip all about lovey dovey mushy romance, where would you recommend going?

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    Re: Romantic Places to Visit

    It has to be the Empire State Building of course! Not just because of the films based around it but because of its beauty. To go to the top of the Empire State Building with my husband would be amazing

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonnaIReilly View Post
    It has to be the Empire State Building of course! Not just because of the films based around it but because of its beauty. To go to the top of the Empire State Building with my husband would be amazing
    That sounds really nice. As a kid, I climbed to the top of the Statue of Liberty. Are there places to sit at the top of the Empire State Building?

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    Re: Romantic Places to Visit In USA

    I agree, New York in autumn, maybe. Or a bed and breakfast somewhere in New England in autumn, when the trees have all changed colors and every neighborhood and landscape is gorgeous because the state is full of rich people, LOL.

    I also like the idea of a little cabin in Georgia/TN during winter. A lot of them have fireplaces and hot tubs and a nice, secluded mountain view. I would love to sit in the hot tub at sunset, drink in hand, snuggled up with the snow around. Thinking about it makes me want to teleport there right now.

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    The most romantic place I've ever been was a bed and breakfast in Monterrey, California. Our room had a picture window that overlooked the bay and it was framed by these beautiful pink flowers. (Can't remember what kind they were, but they were pretty.) It was like being in a storybook. They served wine before dinner and you could stroll through the town when you wanted to get out. We've talked about going back. Totally romantic.

    If you want a warmer climate, I think Key West is kind of romantic, too. And then there's always New Orleans. A lot of people assume it's all about partying, but New Orleans was the first trip my husband and I took together and we loved it and we are not party people. Lots of great little restaurants and cool old hotels.

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    The Seattle Space Needle would also be a great place to visit. First of all, Sleepless in Seattle, anyone? Second of all, it has an amazing restaurant at the top, which would be perfect for a romantic dinner date. Third of all, it has the most gorgeous view of the city ever, whether you go at night or during the daytime.

    I think Hawaii is also really romantic because of the gorgeous beaches and tropical paradise feel. I think it would also be really relaxing and a great way to get away with your significant other and have some fun at the same time.

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    There is a beautiful bed and breakfast in Ky that is just gorgeous in the autumn. Its about an hour south of Lexington. The nights are cool, its is very secluded and looks out over a lake. Gorgeous stone fireplaces, porch swings to cuddle in and four poster beds with big fluffy quilts. It is very, very romantic without being cheesy.

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    Breckenridge, CO . A Place Of Romance

    I recommend staying at a Bed and Breakfast in Breckenridge, Co. They are very cozy with fireplaces and outdoor hot tubs with the mountains in the background. In autumn the colors are fabulous and there are plenty of activities but my favorite time to visit is in winter when the snow blankets the ground and I can go skiing with my boyfriend. No matter what time you go there is plenty to see and do. They have some of the best romantic restaurants around.

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    The most romantic place I have ever been to, is Boston at night. I haven't ever gone with someone I felt romantically about, but it is just so beautiful and the ambiance is to die for! It's so beautifully lit up, and everyone just looks so classy. You see women dressed up with flowers in their hair and black gloves...Men in suits, and even average Jane's and Joe's...There's just all types of people and everyone is so generous. They have a lot of great hotels that are interesting to just step into, never-mind sleep at! There are hotels filled with cases of diamonds, beautiful chandeliers, mirrors everywhere...It just has a really calm, romantic, film-like vibe.

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    There are a few camping areas in the Southwest that are perfect for stargazing. If you've never seen a
    "big sky" (my phrase for a sky that looks like it goes forever), it's pretty amazing. That could be a unique romantic adventure. I can't think of any specific places but I believe the place I went was near Arches National Park.

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    Oh, that sounds nice going somewhere in New England during the fall is soooo nice. The colors are so vibrant and they have quaint bed and breakfasts. Also places like New mexico, Arizona ect.. (as long as your not going in the heat of summer) have an earthy romantic feel.

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    Romantic Attractions In Western USA

    I love Lake Tahoe! The city where it's at, South Lake Tahoe, is half in California, half in Nevada (north of both states), and it is BEAUTIFUL! The views are so pretty, skying is very nice, and there are charming restaurants too! If a couple wants some fun, they can always go to a casino at the Nevada side of the city. So pretty! It's better on winter periods, cause the snow makes the lake look almost magic!!

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    Best Romantic Getaways in the USA

    I would recommend California Coast and Nevada. There are so many things to do in both of these states but they also have very romantic location. I lived in both states so I'm talking from experience. You can visit all the beach in CA and they're just like Hawaii. We have some of the most amazing beaches in CA. You got Malibu, Santa Monica, San Francisco, San Jose, San Clemente, Long Beach, Venice Beach, Hermosa Beach, Huntington Beach, Newport beach, Corona Del Mar, and Laguna Niguel. If you need to see heaven, you need to visit CA. I promise you will have a good time. You can go on your honeymoon here even. If you love to surf, swim or just get in the ocean, you need to visit CA. You can also visit Disneyland, Six Flags Magic Mountain in LA, Knott's Berry Farm and many more theme parks in CA. The beach is always romantic. You can visit Nevada. The luxury of NV is one of the most romantic things I've experienced and so will you. You can get married here. The views here are the best in the entire US. Look at all of the casinos, so expensive and so elegant, you have to enjoy it. We have shows, restaurants, shopping centers, and everything else. There are tons of nightclubs here too. We got the best nightclubs in the entire world. Give us a try. Come to NV.

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    Savannah Georgia

    The most romantic place I have visited with my husband thus far has been Savannah, Georgia. It is such a beautiful city with wonderful historic homes (a plus as we are both history buffs!) There are great restaurants and the night life is amazing! It is such a mixture of old and new and everything about Savannah is romantic to me. And if you want to get away from the city, what is more romantic than a walk on the beach. Tybee Island is just 15 minutes away! So far, Savannah is our winner in the most romantic city, but we're going to keep looking!

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    Charleston, South Carolina! It is gorgeous there and very romantic. There's so much to see and do and eat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by glitter View Post
    What are the most romantic places to visit in the US? If you wanted to plan a trip all about lovey dovey mushy romance, where would you recommend going?
    If you make your way up to Washington, I highly recommend going to Snoqualmie falls and staying in Salish Lodge and Spa. My husband and I went there for our honeymoon and it's absolutely beautiful and we are smitten with it. The area was just gorgeous and romantic.

    The hotel itself is very nice. There were fireplaces in the room, large King sized beds and jacuzzi tubs. And the spa area is nice, too, with a salt water tub and pool. I only wish we'd been able to get massages!

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    Re: Romantic Places to Visit

    Niagara Falls would be one of my top choices for romantic places to visit. On the US side there is a national park that has lots of walking trails. The sound of the falls totally captures me. I find the place incredibly romantic.

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    The most romantic place I've been was the Traverse City/Leelenau Peninsula wine region. There are some lovely bed-and-breakfasts, my favorite of which is a working winery and cheesemaker, incredible views of the water with sandy beaches for lounging, lot of natural beauty, and of course many little country wineries and farm stands to explore.

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    I really love Newport, Rhode Island right at the start of summer before school lets out. There aren't as many people during that time and there are so many things to do. We usually stay at the Hyatt which is a bit removed from the tourist sites so you can have some romantic quiet time when you wish. They have a shuttle that takes you to a little shopping village with all of the souvenirs that one would expect. You can tour the mansions and see how all of the super wealthy people used to live. There is a restaurant, Clarke Cooke House, that has a scrumptious brunch with live piano music on Sundays which is a nice way to end a beautiful weekend.

 

 

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