Valentine's Day Done Right
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Open a bottle of Elysium, a red ribbon and the finest chocolate dessert you can find. Elysium is made from the Black Muscat grape with a rose and litchi scent and is especially appropriate for Valentine's Day. Pair Elysium with a dark chocolate dessert - or accompany your dessert with some Essensia, made from delicious Orange Muscat grapes (known in Italy as Orange Blossom Muscat). This is best paired with chocolate desserts containing almonds, peaches, apples or apricots.
For the gift of a relaxing B&B escape, you can try a “Getaway Gift Card” from BedandBreakfast.com which can be used at more than 4,000 B&Bs across the United States and Canada. There are no fees, no taxes, no expiration or blackout dates. Instant online buying means that you can give a no-strings gift that offers complete flexibility. Buy and instantly print your customized B&B gift card, complete with your personalized message and choice of design. You can even upload a photo of you and your lady right onto your gift card.
If you really want to melt her heart this Valentine’s Day - spread some much needed love to abused animals. You can show her your sweet side and “adopt” an animal on her behalf from Farm Sanctuary (farmsanctuary.org). Sponsorship “adoptions” start at just $10 a month.
It’s Valentine’s Day and you haven’t gotten her anything yet? Never fear - Giiv.com allows you to send a variety of gifts instantaneously via text message, “saving your ass” and your relationship. Simply select a gift – a bottle of wine, bouquet of flowers or a 60-minute massage, for example – and enters in your lady’s cell phone number with a personal message. She will instantly receive a text message with a gift code to redeem in store or online.
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