Ultimate indulgence: Valentine’s Day
The roses can wait, but some pre-Valentine’s planning never goes amiss, especially if your sights are set on a special experience
From overstuffed and overpriced restaurants serving boot leather steaks, to heart-shaped chocolates that melt on pillows, most couples reach a point where a lone rose and a cup of tea in bed feels plenty romantic enough.
This said, as Valentine’s Day is sandwiched nicely between the bleak days of January and the far-off hint of summer holidays, I consider it as good a time as any for a dose of indulgence.
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