Get inventive to securely have a good time Valentine’s Day amid the coronavirus pandemic – CBS Pittsburgh
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Many couples trade their Valentine’s Day traditions for pandemic-proof celebrations. But is the festival of love still the same?
This is an opportunity for you to put on your creative hat!
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You can walk to Grandview Avenue Overlook along the mountain. Washington for taking in the cityscapes this Valentine’s Day.
But if standing out here in the cold isn’t your thing, there are plenty of romantic, fun, and safe things you and your significant other can do virtually.
If you both enjoy cooking, take a virtual cooking class.
You can actually do this locally through Appetite 4 Seduction.
But if cooking doesn’t sound like a good date to you and you’d rather recharge your batteries, you can take a virtual dance class through the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater.
Experts say it is important to get this right.
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That’s because Valentine’s Day can actually lead to couples breaking up.
“One thing people don’t know about Valentine’s Day is that it actually causes more breakups than any other holiday of the year,” says Wendy Trgar, who describes herself as a loveologist.
“I think this Valentine’s Day [Day] is more important than everyone else because we want something different this year, ”lifestyle expert Lindsay Myers told Jon Delano from KDKA on Thursday.
Experts also say you can still buy flowers over the phone, online, or grab a box of chocolates, but consider spicing them up with something else too!
If you’re still on the fence and want to get out of the house, get this! You can rent a classic car to drive your sweetheart around the city.
And you’re in luck for the singles out there!
Insurify named Pittsburgh the best city in the state to be single!
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The reason for this is because it is based on the number of individuals, interest in dating apps, the affordability of the city, and the quality of the restaurants.