1. Go to a Karaoke Club and Sing a Duet Together.
Go to your local karaoke bar and pick a duet that you and your partner can sing together, perhaps even harmonize. Choose an oldie, but Goldie, something that will create memories, such as “Say It Ain’t So” by Weezer or “One Way or Another” by Blondie.
When you sing to each other, you will be able to open up to the innermost chambers of your hearts. Look each other in the eyes as you make those funny vocals, and never be too shy. You spice things up by drinking just enough liquor.
2. Go to a Street Fair Together.
Take your date to a local street fair and wander around the booths. You do not necessarily have to buy anything. You just enjoy checking out all the vendors. Spring for tacos or an elephant ear and return home with a keepsake.
You make a great souvenir from your date by getting your caricature drawn. A Street fair is all about atmosphere. Just take it as you walk and talk. This event can be particularly if you and your partner are people watchers.
3. See Live Music.
Go to a local bar together and see live music from great local musicians. While at the local bar, you can take a few drinks as you play 8 ball pools.
You can also dance to the music together, and even make a special request for your spouse.
4. Visit a Marine Park as a Couple.
Just take a tour of the marine park and enjoy the magnificent views of the ocean and its amazing creatures. On your way there, you can take photos, either at the top of the boat or just in the boat.
You can make more memories by diving into the water and some crazy swimming styles as your tour guide takes photos of such extraordinary events. This can also be a good and romantic moment to give each other a kiss.
5. Try a Chocolate-Themed Tryst.
Do not wait for Valentine’s Day to try it. Book a bed-and-breakfast someplace where you would like to spend the weekend with your partner. Choose your spouse’s favorite chocolate truffles and wrap each in a photocopied image representing an ancient Kama Sutra stance.
It is pretty much assured that by the time that chocolate melts. Your partner will have studied the image, and thoughts of the two of you engaged in that position will have flooded his or her brain.
6. Visit a Local Carnival or New Age Fair.
Tour a local carnival or New Age fair for a happy-go-lucky session with a fortuneteller. Get your palms read or have your fortunes told by someone who uses the Tarot.
Alternatively, you can visit an astrology booth to learn more about your relationship. You should always have fun and create memories, but do not believe everything you hear at the carnival or age fair.
7. Tour a Museum or an Art Gallery.
There are no better places to go every now and then as twosomes than a museum or an art gallery. Get to know the taste and preference of your partner by exposing him or her to new and rare things in life.
Know the history of your existence. Turn such a moment to be just about the two of you. If you have some extra cash, you can go ahead and grab an artifact from a museum or a piece of art from an art gallery.
8. Hit a Local Hiking Trail.
You and your spouse can enjoy working up a sweat together, by hitting a local hiking trail.
If your workdays are too long and there is no way you could do a hike in the evening before dinner; then arrange to hike on the weekends. Get out early when the air is still cool and enjoy the fresh beginning of a new day. Plan to hike along a local scenic trail.
9. Go Window-Shopping Together.
Window-shopping is a good way of creating great memories. Stroll arm in arm with each other around your city, and check out the window displays.
You can always pop inside a shop for a quick and closer look. Work up an appetite walking around and then stop for a slice of pizza or coffee and a pastry.
10. Go Cycling Together.
Cycling is a good way to stretch your legs while enjoying the view. You and your spouse should grab some bikes and gear up for a small tour. Make sure that you take a route that will be amazing and challenging. You can bring a long camera and take snapshots after every few miles you cover.
You can do this at around ten in the morning when the sun has slightly risen and the chill is fading away.