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Valentine's Day: Sweet Ideas

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by in Jan 2009
Valentine’s Day: Sweet Ideas
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1. Stay for an Ivy League weekend at the Study at Yale.

2. Collect antiques — antique Valentines, that is.

3. Buy chocolate. Here are some Top Chocolate Shops.

4. Make your own sweets with these seven candy recipes.

5. Find red hearts for everyone in Montpelier, Vermont, this month.

6. If you love someone, ski with them, says Heather Atwell, our adventure blogger in “Winter Sports and Love.”

7. If love is elusive this year, listen to the music of Portsmouth, NH, band,Mercuryhat. “They have the somber sound of a group of guys who’ve been there and lived to talk about it,” says Yankee reviewer Justin Shatwell.

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.


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One Response to Valentine’s Day: Sweet Ideas

  1. martha vincent February 14, 2009 at 2:38 pm #

    I enjoyed the valentine card picture. Old style clothing too!!

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