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Are you looking for the most romantic spots in Dallas? Whether you need a great spot to pop the big question or to rekindle a flickering romance you can find exactly what you are looking for right here in DFW.
Sunset or Moonlight Cruise
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The cool water is gently lapping against the side of the boat as the sun slips behind the horizon lighting the sky up with vivid color. You and your love are sitting, sipping wine, and enjoying the serene beauty that surrounds you. There is really nothing more romantic that watching the sunset from the deck of a boat. Sail with Scott on Lake Ray Hubbard and experience one of the most romantic evenings of your life. You can even pack a picnic basket and bring wine. Check with the company for details.
Drive Something Dreamy
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You don’t really need to go anywhere in particular if you are driving a Lamborghini Huracan or a Maserati Ghibli. G.et the most romantic CD in your collection and head out on a long drive, stopping first at Platinum Motor Cars to pick up your dream car. Another possibility? If you’d like to enjoy a glass of wine or two then rent a limo and be driven wherever you want to go in style.
Texas Discovery Gardens
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Take a stroll through the Texas Discovery Gardens at Fair Park. Ten themed gardens set the mood for romance. A scent garden is patterned after a London herb garden and originally designed to be enjoyed by those with impaired vision. Needless to say it is full of heavenly aromas! Another scented garden will delight any romantic with the heirloom roses. Be sure to visit the butterfly house where hundreds of butterflies flutter amongst tropical plants.
Dallas Wine Tours
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Did you know that Dallas is home to five award winning wineries and even more wine themed spots to visit?
Join Dallas Wine Tours for a four hour excursion to the unique, the unusual, and the hidden gems of Texas wineries. You’ll enjoy multiple tastings paired with cheeses, appetizers, and desserts at three wine themed establishments. This is an excellent way to find out about local wines and have a good time doing it!
The French Room at the Adolphus
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The French Room at the Adolphus has been the scene for many, many engagements. It’s decorated in a elaborate Louis XIV style, with gold accents and a gorgeous painted ceiling. Choose from the chef’s tasting menu or compose your own prix-fixe three course dinner — it doesn’t make a difference. Whatever you order will be sublime from the duck breast with confit to the rack of lamb with corn bleu cheese souffle.