If your San Francisco moving company has pulled away and left you feeling lovey dovey this February, fear not! You’ve moved to a city that loves celebrating the holiday. Whether you’ve been married for 50 years, are dating someone special or looking for your soul mate – there are all sorts of options for you.
- Cruise. Take advantage of your close proximity to the Pacific Ocean and board a romantic cruise ship for the night. There are many options, but think about doing an all-inclusive so you don’t have to worry about getting that extra glass of champagne. Here’s an option: http://www.commodoreevents.com/valentinesdaycruise.html
- Charity. San Francisco is a very generous city and hosts many events that benefit deserving non-profits. Events like this are perfect for anyone looking to enjoy a nice night out on the town. Here’s an example of a charity event taking place this Valentine’s Day: http://events.sfgate.com/san-francisco-ca/events/show/228972704-valentines-day-eternity-ball
- Cook. Want to do something memorable and interactive with your date? Look into Dacor Kitchen’s cooking classes. They’re sure to be a hit: http://events.sfgate.com/south-san-francisco-ca/events/show/227627725-valentines-day-date-night-cooking-class-san-francisco
- Eat. Hit the town and try some of San Francisco’s top restaurants. Many will have special menus and pricing for February 14, so do your research and find the best deal: http://www.sfgate.com/food/top100/
Enjoy your first Valentine’s Day in San Francisco by trying something new and you’ll be sure to fall in love with your new city.
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