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Celebrating Valentine’s Day on a Shoe String Budget

Celebrating Valentines

With romance in the air ,couples are planning for a stellar Valentine’s day 2021. The common thing is to exchange gifts, preferably candy more specific chocolate. The perfect valentine’s day gifts include dining at a famous restaurant or travelling on a vacation.

Covid-19 has put a spin on the February 14, celebrations. Romantic partners who would normally travel to an exotic location or by cruise ships have suffered a setback. Many have postponed this special moment for next year. The good thing about this tough economic times, you are able to reserve trips and couples parties at a discount.

Travel packages are marked down by 10-35%. Here are some of the more popular restaurants and hotel resorts you would like to visit this valentine’s day 2021.

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Taste of the Caribbean Maryland, USA

This restaurant has a full scale menu, take out and catering service.

PFChang’s Special valentine’s prix -fixe menu, curbside pickup and take out.

Bahama Breeze island grill. $40 US valentine dinner to go.

Several resorts/ hotels for couples to enjoy your Valentine’s day.

Secrets Wild Orchid, Montego bay, Jamaica

Gourmet a la carte dining options. Endless daytime activities and live nightly entertainment.

Sandals all- inclusive Resorts.

Free private candlelight dinner, when you book six nights or more.

Terra Nova all- suite hotel, Kingston Jamaica

$80 per person. Four course Dinner. Menu include Grilled salmon,Curried lobster spaghetti ,Oxtail ravioli.

Jamaica Pegasus hotel, Kingston Jamaica.

Special accommodation  & Dinner packages. Wine, chocolate, spa service, intimate dining.

$150, include accommodation, complimentary breakfast. Dinner for two.

Wishing you rest, relaxation, and romance this valentine’s day. Cheers!

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PHILIP DINHAM is a writer/contributor for He has years of experience and service in media relations. He resides in the town of Indian Trail, near the queen city of Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.

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