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The other rental location is on a grassy park in Allston/Brighton, near the Breakfast Club, a kitschy ’80s-themed diner car, and a 30-minute stroll from the Turkish delights at Sofra Bakery & Café on the other side of beautiful Mt.Auburn Cemetery, regular host to events ranging from live music to author readings.So, what follows is our carefully considered pick of timeless romantic (and at times unconventional) date ideas in Cape Town to help you hit the right note in your blossoming relationship.From dinner theatre and stand-up comedy to sunset cruises and open-air cinema, this overview includes a little something for all tastes and types, pockets and penchants.Maybe you think that hiking, skiing, and other mountain fun can only be had among lofty peaks of northern New England. Head to Blue Hills Reservation in Milton, just over the Dorchester border and accessible by MBTA buses.
More importantly though, all of the food on the nightly changing menu is made with love.After all, syncing oars is a sweet way to build teamwork—and boating is far more picturesque than couple’s therapy.Charles River Canoe & Kayak rents from two locations on north and south shores: One site is by Kendall Square, so you can start with coffee and pastries at Tatte Bakery & Café, have a hearty post-row dinner at locavore-beloved New American restaurant Evoo, swim with the pool sharks at billiards-bedecked Flat Top Johnny’s and nightcap it at the all-outdoors Bar by the Elevator.Whether you're in a new relationship, an established partnership or just looking for love, the key to lasting success is good communication. For many, it's with Gary Chapman's Five Love Languages. Though it’s a well-known fact that Cape Town swoons visitors from around the world, the Mother City, with her splendid natural beauty, also happens to be a prime place to fall in love.
Fine examples include expansive botanical garden Kirstenbosch, one of the Mother City’s many pristine beaches (the idyllic Clifton Fourth at sunset is a favourite choice) or one of the several viewing sites along Chapman’s Peak Drive, a spectacular stretch of rocky coastline near Hout Bay.