From exploring the underground world to a balloon ride watching the beautiful City of Lights from above, check out these Romantic and Different Ideas to Celebrate Valentine’s Day.
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Hidden away beneath Kentucky’s Mammoth National Park, there is the world’s longest cave system at Lost River Cave. The cave is composed of a stupendous cathedral-esque cavern and sculptural rock formations (as seen in the image above), simply beautiful.
This Valentine’s Day makes your very own chocolates. At Indi Chocolate in Seattle, make your own delectable truffles, or master the basics of chocolate roasting by starting with the cacao bean in the “Bean to Bar” class.
Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet was set in the Italian city of Verona. Today, Verona embraces its role in the famous love story, and celebrates Valentine’s Day in style, meaning that you will see hearts everywhere.
Fly over the City of Lights in a giant balloon. The Balloon GENERALI allows 30 passengers at a time, taking them up to 500 feet, but the activity is dependent on the weather.
The San Diego Museum of Art’s Valentine’s Day-themed tour offers a picnic for two. You’ll be able to explore topics from Greek mythology to tales from India and after you can enjoy a picnic complete with gourmet sandwiches, a cheese or vegan plate, chocolate truffles and a full bottle of champagne, wine or craft beer.
Source: Elle Decor
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