Romance Hotspots and the winner is........

by manon 20 Replies latest jw friends

  • manon

    1. San Juan, Puerto Rico

    2. Honolulu, Hawaii

    3. San Francisco, California

    4. New Orleans, Louisiana

    5. San Diego, California

    6. Miami, Florida

    7. New York, New York

    8. Las Vegas, Nevada

    9. San Antonio, Texas

    10. Seattle, Washington

    Puerto Rico's saucy capital took 1st place.

  • joannadandy


    Who the hell wrote this list?

    No offense to residents of Miami, but when I think of that city I think of South Beach and the wafish anorexic women, men with cars to over compensate for...something, snooty valets, and over priced rabbit food...all packed into a dirty crowded, and kinda skeezy city.

    I dunno, maybe I missed the good parts of the town...LOL

  • Valis

    I'm thinking the Pacific Coastal Highway 101 in Cali makes for one helluva romance hotspot...


    District Overbeer

  • ApagaLaLuz

    I'd have to agree with the PCH comment from Valis. It's beautiful. Taking a drive up the coast, radio blaring, windows down. Or on the back of a motorcycle. Wow!

    My vote though goes to Disneyland at night. Guess I'm weird, but the bridges in front of the Magical castle at night is the most romantic place I've ever been.

    Also, standing on back of the ferry coming back from Catalina Island. The wind and water in your face. No one goes down there because it's too close to the water. It's a moment that can always be yours

  • pr_capone

    Viva Puerto Rico!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Kansas District Overbeer of the Boricua Class

  • Carmel

    Ca mon, Cancun by far the greatest! I know, I saw it on CNN!


  • manon

    AOL Travel: Travel & Leisure

    America's Favorite Cities

    San Juan is the warmest, friendliest, most romantic city in the world. It holds intrigue and mystery in every street.

  • Athanasius

    1. Dublin, Ireland

    2. St. Petersburg, Russia

    3. Sevastopol, Ukraine

    4. San Francisco, California, USA

    5. Edinburgh, UK

  • TresHappy

    How about Jamaica? That's where I got married so I am sort of partial to it...

  • Englishman

    Her Ladyship and I like to have romantic weekends in London. It's a beautiful city that is full of contrasts like this unusual sight of Roosevelt and Churchill below:



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