Everyone needs a good list of romantic date ideas every once in a while. Well, today is your lucky day because I’m dishing out a plethora of some of the most romantic date ideas I have ever encountered. If you have you ever tried to impress someone with a spectacular date, but failed to get a kiss or another date out of it, there must have been something you missed. A lot of dates are easily forgotten, but the really memorable ones are kept forever. Yes, you may stumble on a few romantic date ideas during your lifetime, but those romantic date ideas that really count will have to be the ones that lead to relationships, or at least a kiss.
Here’s a secret that you need to know before you start dating: the most romantic date ideas are the ones that inflame the senses and the imagination. When you manage to excite your date and make him or her feel something for you during your date, you’re one step closer to becoming the guy or the girl for the person. Your objective is to heighten his or her senses during the different aspects of the date. And, here are some tips.
1. Dine out
Choose a comfortable sit-down dinner place where the food is outstandingly great and the wine is awesome. If you’re driving and don’t want to drink, have the “great wine” option available in case your date wants to enjoy a great glass of wine. Perhaps you want to order a few house specialties and sample these together. Many people talk about their great experiences at various restaurants. Taking your date to such a great place will give you something to talk about later in your relationship. It builds memories.
2. Awesome entertainment
Among the best romantic date ideas that you will find over the net and in books are those that teach what to do to make the date fun. Music and dancing spruce up your date and increase the chances that you will have a second one. Go to a jazz club or a music lounge and sing along. You can also go dancing with your date in a place where most couples go to slow dance. A club is not a good idea if you’re looking for privacy and an environment to talk to each other heart-to-heart.
3. Romantic Location
Setting up a romantic environment for your date certainly invites her emotional senses and is so key to most women. Remember that they are used to romantic movies or romance novels and they associate sunsets, a remote beach and a kiss under the stars with the ultimate romantic experience. You may not be able to provide her with the full romantic fairytale date you are certainly able to implement one aspect of such a romantic date each time. Over time and as you get to know her you’ll be able to easily create dates that rock her world and set you apart from everyone else.
N49: Stellar Debris in the Large Magellanic Cloud
Image by Smithsonian Institution
Description: In Chandra’s X-ray data, N49 shows million-degree gas in its center (blue), while Spitzer reveals much cooler, infrared-emitting gas at the remnant’s outer regions (red). Unique filamentary structure observed in optical light by Hubble (white & yellow) sets N49 apart from most other supernova remnants that appear roughly circular in visible light. When the multiwavelength data is combined, it appears to confirm the idea that this supernova remnant is expanding into a denser region to the southeast, which would cause its asymmetrical shape.
Creator/Photographer: Chandra X-ray Observatory
NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory, which was launched and deployed by Space Shuttle Columbia on July 23, 1999, is the most sophisticated X-ray observatory built to date. The mirrors on Chandra are the largest, most precisely shaped and aligned, and smoothest mirrors ever constructed. Chandra is helping scientists better understand the hot, turbulent regions of space and answer fundamental questions about origin, evolution, and destiny of the Universe. The images Chandra makes are twenty-five times sharper than the best previous X-ray telescope. NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., manages the Chandra program for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate in Washington. The Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory controls Chandra science and flight operations from the Chandra X-ray Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Medium: Chandra telescope x-ray
Persistent URL: chandra.harvard.edu/photo/2006/n49/
Repository: Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
Collection: Supernovas and Supernova Remnants Collection
Gift line: X-ray: NASA/CXC/Caltech/S.Kulkarni et al.; Optical: NASA/STScI/UIUC/Y.H.Chu & R.Williams et al.; IR: NASA/JPL-Caltech/R.Gehrz et al.
Accession number: n49