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Old 01-16-2010, 03:26 AM   #1
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Romantic Places To Travel

The world is full of some really romantic and beautiful places, whether you enjoy the bustle of city life, the drama of coastal scenery or the peaceful sleepiness of rural landscapes. Visiting them on Valentine’s Day is more romantic and more exciting than usual. To help you plan that perfect get away for you and your partner, here are five of the most romantic destinations in the world, scattered on 3 continents. And if this is not enough for you, I will search for more Romantic Places for Valentine’s Day!
1) Winter Ski Chalet – what could be more romantic than snuggling up in front of a roaring fire in a luxurious chalet deep in the beautiful scenery of the French Alps, or maybe the foothills of the Swiss mountains.
St Moritz is one of the most famous Swiss resorts, and provides luxurious private chalets, as well as countless things to do off snow including spa treatments, top class dining and a vibrant nightlife, and there is some truly stunning scenery around the beautiful Swiss Mountains to stir your senses.

2). The Bahamas – this group of 700 islands are situated just off the Florida coast, and have all you need for that perfect, exotic get away. White sandy beaches, year round sun and plenty of crystal clear tropical waters make the islands a breathtaking paradise to visit, and there is nothing more romantic than dining in one of the many beach bars, watching the sun sink slowly over the beautiful water.

3)Australia’s Goldcoast – the Goldcoast is one of Australia’s premier destinations, with absolutely pristine, golden beaches, blue pacific waters and beautiful sunshine.
There is a vibrant, exciting nightlife and some amazing cuisine on offer, and also day trips to nearby subtropical rainforests and theme parks. The Goldcoast is of course famous for it’s surfing, especially at Kirra Point, but there are a whole host of other activities on offer including theatres, shopping arcades, golf courses and casinos.
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Thansk for share. Your information very good.
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Old 01-19-2010, 01:43 AM   #3
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If you are going to get married Therefore, top romantic places in the world can help you to give a boost to the relationship. Here are a few of favorite places to celebrate romance. Enjoy!

San Francisco
Rome, Italy
Paris
Virginia
Kohala, Hawaii (The Big Island)
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Most Romantic Places in Europe

What do you need to enjoy a perfect romantic holiday? Whether you like to explore the picturesque old cities, relax on the beach or at a pool, or just go sightseeing with your loved one, the European cities have them all. Besides the famous romantic places such as Paris and Venice, the old continent also boasts some unexpected surprises.

A huge and expensive city, London might not be everyone’s choice of a romantic destination. But for those who want to just be “anonymous” in a city, London is the best choice.

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Old 02-05-2010, 06:38 AM   #5
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Many people never lose their wanderlust after being bitten by the travel bug. Robert and Charlene Cassell of Columbus, Ohio, for example, discovered their passion for travel while honeymooning in Niagara Falls 56 years ago.

Since then, they've explored nearly every European country, and many places in the United States, Canada, and Mexico—and their travels continue to this day. Between a trip to Montreal and Paris, the Cassells reflect upon more than five decades of travel to offer their take on the most romantic places to stay and dine.
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Romantic Places To Travel

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Any place on Earth is wonderful when you're in love. But some places seem specifically designed to delight the senses and are perfect for starting a new romance, making a commitment, or rekindling passions. Here are a few of our favorite places to celebrate romance. Enjoy!
San Francisco :-is a jewel of a city. The S.F. tourism bureau insists that it's the "most European of American cities." We disagree. This is a uniquely American town, with a diverse community and culture that epitomizes the "Don't Tread on Me" spirit. There's something for everyone here.
Rome, Italy :-A city that was so devoted to military conquest and prosaic feats of engineering shouldn't be a haven for passionate souls -- but there's no disputing that Rome is the capitol of a more. It's crowded, chaotic and always absolutely magical.

Paris:- In Paris even the ordinary becomes extraordinary. The City of Light will dazzle you, both with its well-known monuments and its residents' flair for making the most out of everyday life
Kohala, Hawaii (The Big Island):-On first glimpse, Kohala, on the Big Island's west coast, may be disappointing -- the landscape is barren or covered with sheets of black lava. But keep the faith, the Big Island has lush landscapes, rain forests, alpine meadows, snow, and the tallest sea mountain (Mauna Kea). All that and fabulous beaches too. Aloha
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RE: Romantic places to travel

This is also a good option Inn at Palmetto Bluff in BLUFFTON, SOUTHCAROLINA - Spend mornings paddling kayaks along marsh-lined coastal waterways inhabited by snowy egrets and playful dolphins, or pedaling bikes with a naturalist on woodland trails fragrant with loblolly pine.
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So many to choose from:

International - Paris, Rome, Venice, Florence/Tuscany, London, Amsterdam, Thailand, Tahiti, Cape Town SA, Rio de Janiero, Buenos Aires, Montreal, to name a few.

Domestic - New York City, San Francisco, Lake Tahoe, Aspen/Vail CO, Poconos, Duluth MN (summer), Jackson Hole WY, to name a few.
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Hello guys

Hi Chennai People! I just posted a message in the new members section.
Nice pics there of the get together in Chennai..
Im making a trip to Chennai in July this year to meet my dream girl
Yeah its the stage in my life where I have decided to "settle down"
I havent been to chennai in many many years now, probably went there when I was a kid which was probably a good 20 years ago so I have absoluetely NO IDEA where to go or what to do....
Then again I want to surprise my girl by taking her to some romantic spots.... So tell me, any suggestions on places where I can "pop the question?"

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The world is full of some really romantic and beautiful places, whether you enjoy the bustle of city life, the drama of coastal scenery or the peaceful sleepiness of rural landscapes. Visiting them on Valentine’s Day is more romantic and more exciting than usual. To help you plan that perfect get away for you and your partner, here are five of the most romantic destinations in the world, scattered on 3 continents. And if this is not enough for you, I will search for more Romantic Places for Valentine’s Day!
1) Winter Ski Chalet – what could be more romantic than snuggling up in front of a roaring fire in a luxurious chalet deep in the beautiful scenery of the French Alps, or maybe the foothills of the Swiss mountains.
St Moritz is one of the most famous Swiss resorts, and provides luxurious private chalets, as well as countless things to do off snow including spa treatments, top class dining and a vibrant nightlife, and there is some truly stunning scenery around the beautiful Swiss Mountains to stir your senses.

2). The Bahamas – this group of 700 islands are situated just off the Florida coast, and have all you need for that perfect, exotic get away. White sandy beaches, year round sun and plenty of crystal clear tropical waters make the islands a breathtaking paradise to visit, and there is nothing more romantic than dining in one of the many beach bars, watching the sun sink slowly over the beautiful water.

3)Australia’s Goldcoast – the Goldcoast is one of Australia’s premier destinations, with absolutely pristine, golden beaches, blue pacific waters and beautiful sunshine.
There is a vibrant, exciting nightlife and some amazing cuisine on offer, and also day trips to nearby subtropical rainforests and theme parks. The Goldcoast is of course famous for it’s surfing, especially at Kirra Point, but there are a whole host of other activities on offer including theatres, shopping arcades, golf courses and casinos.
Such a great informative information about the romantic places in the world in my opinion i like Paris Finland united state of America Canada and New Zealand some sort peace minded place you can see the real beauty in your open eyes weather you alone or with your partner better for both that is the main places to visit and see new culture of life in this country.

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Romantic Place to Travel

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Bangkok is the best place for the travel and shopping. This is very beautiful place for tourists.
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Old 02-16-2010, 11:53 AM   #12
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Hi, I think the most romantic places of all is Ireland.
Ireland is a superb destination for a romantic honeymoon. It offers so many wonderful things to see and do. Explore ancient castles. Stroll deserted beaches. Kiss the Blarney Stone. Listen to Irish music. Visit Irish pubs. Meander through glorious gardens. Enjoy a medieval feast. Watch sunset from a cliff. Ride horses through the surf. Snuggle by a fire.
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I love Bali Indonesia. With great sandy beaches and luxury hotels for stay.
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Old 02-22-2010, 11:17 PM   #14
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most romantic places in the world.
Paris - France

The most romantic city in the world. For many people this is the ideal description of Paris with it's world famous places: Le Louvre, Efel Tower, Champs Elysees, Sacre Coeur, Notre Dame, Arc de Triumphe, Euro Disney, Montmartre, Montparnasse, Centre Pompidou and many others. It's a great city which you must have seen at least once
Venice - Italy
Venice is beautiful beyond comparison. Venice is unique environmentally, architecturally, and historically. The city’s canals with gondolas, the ancient buildings and the sweet narrow streets gives this unique city a breathtaking romantic flair. The major attractions are: Ponte di Rialto, Piazza San Marco, Ponte dei Sospiri and the Canale Grande.
Niagara Falls - Ontario/Canada & New York/US The falls lie on the border between Ontario, Can., and New York state, U.S. For many decades the falls were an attraction for honeymooners. The world famous waterfall is 185 feet (56 m), and the length is about 2,200 feet (670 m). Excellent views of the falls are obtained from Queen Victoria Park on the Canadian side; from Prospect Point of the U.S. side and from Rainbow Bridge, which the Niagara about 1,000 feet (300 m) from Prospect Point. You can take an elevator to the foot of the falls and visit the Cave behind the falling water.
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