Have a midnight picnic under the stars. Be sure to surprise
your date with this one
tell them you have to stop somewhere
on your way to the movie or whatever your ruse is and then drive
to your secluded location for the surprise. Rooftop decks, parks,
back yards, and even indoors by candlelight are great places
to have an evening picnic
but be sure to bring some bug
spray should conditions require!
Go on a hot air balloon ride. This is extremely romantic but
rather expensive so save it for a special occasion.
Attend a wine tasting. This not only makes you seem cultured
(assuming you know what you're doing) but if you swallow (which
you aren't supposed to), you'll both leave certainly more amorous
than when you came!
Go to an amusement park. A recent scientific study concluded
that couples who share exciting experiences (particularly those
involving danger - real or perceived) bond more closely and
for longer periods than those who do not.
Go white-water rafting! See above regarding danger.
If you live in the right climate, travel to a sugar bush in
the Spring to see how maple syrup is made. Many of these have
pancake eateries which can't be beat for fresh taste.
Rent or purchase a good telescope and share a great view of
the heavens with your date - preferably on a high hill with
a vista of the town or city below.
Cook your date a great meal. This will not only impress as
to your culinary competence, but a satisfying meal is often
an excellent prelude to physical romance and may also include
Build a campfire and roast marshmallows - romantic and fun.
Go to the symphony or attend an opera or ballet. Read # 3 re: