For example, is it more romantic to be on a windy hillside under the stars in summer, to be among the fountains and statues of a majestic building, or to be enjoying a sumptuous meal in a cafe while watching swans glide by on a lake?
I like all three types of scenarios, although nature is more likely to be romantic than an environment made by humans. Sitting in a McDonald's just wouldn't do it for me. On the other hand, after camping in the woods for a few days, with no shower and fitful nights of sleep, I may not feel too romantic either.
Okay, just to get the momentum going, how about if people post pictures within this discussion of what they consider to be a romantic setting. Remember, it doesn't have to be an environment for lovers, just one full of beauty, splendor, and passion (or whatever you feel is romantic, in the broad sense of the term).
well you can get the best of both worlds in a hotel room. We have stayed in one with fantasy suites. The Rain Forest Room was aweseome fun. Sound effects, lighting, fun, fun shower and huge jet tub. Like being outdoors but having all the conviences. I do vote for my all time favorite fireplace and snuggle fur in front of it. But, wait, hmmm thinking. Yeah so far that has to be my favorite.
Enjoying the fact guys are getting involved in this. WE obviously dont think the same way, the Mars and Venus thing. Staying open minded to the other persons wishes often bring big rewards for both. Bun waves Hi