Vinnie Recommends these Smoochable Sites for Valentine’s DayPosted On: 02/05/2016
Looking for the ultimate romantic spot to buss your babe on Valentine’s Day? Vinnie says these are the top romantic hot spots to melt your honey’s heart:
The way to get your pulses racing in Chicago is to head to the Willis Tower Skydeck Ledge. The glass ledge, which extends 4.3 feet from the Skydeck, lets visitors “float” 1,353 feet over the city. Ready to tie the knot? The venue is holding a Valentine’s Day weekend contest offering couples a chance to win a private wedding ceremony on-site, complete with 10 guests. Visit www.theskydeck.com for details.
Celebrate the big moment in the Big Apple aboard a Staten Island Ferry, the only non-vehicular mode of transportation between Staten Island and Manhattan. Take in the magnificent view during the five mile, 25 minute boat ride including the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, skyscrapers and bridges – all for free!
Clang, clang, clang goes the trolley and thump, thump, thump goes your heart strings if you share a smooch aboard one of San Francisco’s famous cable cars. Choose from one of three lines: Powell-Hyde Line, the Powell-Mason Line and the California Line then top it off with a trip to the Cable Car Museum.
Another good bet is in front of the extravagant Bellagio in Las Vegas. Lock lips in front of its famous fountains, featuring a complex choreographed show with interwoven water, music and light for a dazzling display. And even if you can’t afford to stay at the luxury resort, the fountains are free for all to enjoy.
Set your significant other’s mind spinning with a kiss inside the revolving Space Needle in Seattle. The 520-foot high vista from the Observation Deck includes Mt. Rainier, the Cascades and thetwinkly downtown below. Dine at the award-winning restaurant, SkyCity, andenjoy live piano music for a perfect romantic evening; every visit to SkyCityincludes a free trip to the Observation Deck
Warm up your honey while dangling above the slopes on a ski lift in Vail. One of the largest ski resorts in the world with more than 5,200 acres of developed ski and snowboard terrain, Vail has been one of the top winter vacation destinations for outdoor lovers for more than 50 years. When you are done with the slopes, the area offers après-ski fine dining, shopping and nightlife.
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