Sandstone, Minnesota, 2010
With Valentine’s Day quickly approaching, you might still be scrambling to put together a romantic getaway. As alluring as the usual travel go-tos are (Paris, New York and London), there’s something about discovering a new city that’s more alluring than even “the most romantic cities in the world.” via Forbes
2) Èze, France
4) Washington, D.C.
If there’s one Minneapolis landmark that says romance, it’s the Stone Arch Bridge (trust us on this one). When it’s lit up in an orange glow, the Mississippi River glimmers beneath. While the Twin Cities are plenty urban, you can surround yourself in nature thanks to the 180 parks and 22 lakes, not to mention 80 miles of bike trails to explore. Head to the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden or catch a show at the Guthrie Theater to immerse yourself in the city’s cultural scene. Just be sure to head to Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star La Belle Vie for a romantic French dinner—think pan roasted poussin (young chicken) with endive, celery root and duck confit—and wine.
6) Cinque Terre, Italy
9) The Berkshires, Mass.
Re-experiencing loss as loss and being reminded again that what you loose, you really lost. And you don’t get to have it back. and all of the wonderful things that happen and all of the people who love us and all of that is just wonderful. And what u lost is still gone. And that is just how it is.
What is gone doesn’t nessesarily need to be redeemed, it can just be there. It doesn’t have to be fixed. It can just be there.
closer (tegan and sara)