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Valentines Day Deals

Valentines Day Deals

Valentines Day is around the corner, and travel might be the best way to bring you and your loved one closer. So what travel ideals and deals are there out there we should book now?

The Outdoor Experience – The temperatures might be low, but all the more reason to find a reason to snuggle up with that special someone. Consider booking an affordable but cozy airbnb cabin in the woods where you can get back to nature, or make the most of the snow with a romantic ski trip. Places like Taos, New Mexico or Nevada are more under the radar and thus more affordable this time of year…. from the east or west coasts, flights can be found under $300 round-trip over coming weeks, and while hotels and condos are a little pricier at the ski resorts, there are plenty of options to find a rate that will fit in your budget.

The City Break –  Yes, you can book a flight to Paris or Rome, but for those who only have a few days to play with, consider US cities like Asheville, NC. With budget airlines expanding to the city, Asheville saw a 40 percent drop in airfares according to CheapOair. Enjoy the Blue Ridge Mountains for great value into the early winter months of 2019. Walk around the Art Deco downtown area, take a rooftop bar tour with amazing views, drink up at some of the city’s 33 breweries in the South Slop District, or even take a romantic winter hike.

The Culinary Experience – Why not make food, or wine, the language of love. Sonoma County and San Francisco are affordable and accessible this time of year, offering top tier food and wine tasting experiences. Most of Sonoma’s vineyards have been upgraded since the 2017 wildfire disaster, and are worth the brief 50 mile drive outside SF to visit….or stay within the city center and make the most of the many new urban wineries and restaurants.

The Tropical Destination – It’s low season right now for many tropical destinations like the Bahamas, which makes it a perfect time to go and get some sun. You won’t have to pay as much as you would during peak season, so if you’re looking for a deal, it’s still warm, the ocean is perfectly turquoise and you can enjoy the white sand beaches. If you are looking for a ‘hands off’ option, plenty of all-inclusive resorts can be found as low as $200 per night (including food, drinks and activities) so you can kick back for a few days and focus on each-other. =