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Gloria MacDonald discusses how to have a romantic Valentine's Day - What are some romantic places we should go for Valentine's ...
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What are some romantic places we should go for Valentine's Day? Gloria McDonald: There are lots of different things you can do if you really want to get away and do something different for Valentine's Day. You can go to a beach, wonderful, warm, sunny beach and just really get away from it all and relax and be low-key for that Valentine's Day or you could go to a big city. Go to New York, go to Chicago, go to Los Angeles and enjoy an evening of theater and a fantastic dinner with phenomenal wine or get out to the mountains and go skiing and really enjoy the wonderful vistas from the mountain top and the great outdoors, things like that or go the desert southwest and be out in nature and go to a place like Sedona, which is magical and the red rock and the desert and just wonderful places. You can do something that is quiet and secluded and really low-key or do something that is full of energy and life like a big city and theater and lots of activity. So, lots of different things just get away for Valentine's Day and celebrate really a special occasion with your significant other.