Museen und Galerien
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the melbourne aquarium or the museum they are a good chat creator gives a first date something to talk about then maybe a few quite drinks at a local pub
South Highlands, NC
Taking a cooking lesson. The tragedy of a failed soufflÃ© brings people together. Cruising some used bookstores and a light dinner afterwards. An afternoon of petting cats and dogs at the local pound. I once spent a grea
Taking a cooking lesson. The tragedy of a failed soufflÃ© brings people together. Cruising some used bookstores and a light dinner afterwards. An afternoon of petting cats and dogs at the local pound. I once spent a great afternoon at a local (nearly empty) art museum that didn't have any major exhibitions going on with an artsy guy. I got to know him a lot better and it wasn't crowded.
I'm visiting from out of state right now and would love to go to a museum or a park..Look for me on there and we can figure it out.
a day outside fishing snd relaxing
meet up at a museum and have lunch some where nearby and talk.
Wimbledon, England - London
a walk along the river, nice quite place for a meal...
The day would start at the Tate Britain, followed by travelling by boat up the Thames to the Tate Modern, ending up in the bar with a nice bottle of red to watch the sun set over London,
A long quite dinner at a very upscale restaurant that you choose. Discussion on whatever topics we choose.
Coffee Shop, Museum, Park, Bookstore, Mall
I believe in earning my man while I am learning my man so my first date would consist of a visit to a museum, picnic in the park and a long walk getting to know one another without time restraints or interruptions.
first dates are awkward enough. Coffee and conversation is a great start.
My first date idea would be to go on a Picnic at a nice park with a walking trail.So we can spend time talking and getting to know each other.We can in joy some finger food and wine, or something stronger if you like.
maybe at the galleries or at the museum.. or simply in the reference section of the library...