i like that valentines day is on a sunday this year. the worst is when it falls on a thursday, friday or saturday, but i don’t know too many people who mind being home alone on a sunday night. so just to see what i was missing out on, i googled “best valentines day gifts”. with all the creative talent on this planet, i was shocked to see the entire first page of google listings was completely lame. chocolates, dinner, home made cards, candles, flowers, blah blah blah. . . .
so i immediately went to the robb report, as their gift suggestions never disappoint. of the 21 ultimate gift suggestions, i found one i think would be entirely appropriate for valentines day:
A two-week trip for the buyer and five friends to all nine of chef Daniel Boulud’s restaurants in New York, Las Vegas, Palm Beach, Vancouver, and Beijing.
Behind-the-scenes tours of Boulud’s kitchens.
An extravagant eight-course dinner paired with some of the world’s finest wines.
A personal concierge to arrange visits to museums, art galleries, and other points of interest in each city.
Private-jet travel to, and luxury accommodations in, the destinations.
“You can give without loving, but you can never love without giving.”
“When you smiled you had my undivided attention. When you laughed you had my urge to laugh with you. When you cried you had my urge to hold you. When you said you loved me, you had my heart forever.”