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How To Create a Memorable Valentine’s Day: It Starts with a Soak in Your Hot Tub

February 12, 2010

Leave a note for your loved one suggesting a Valentine’s Day rendezvous your hot tub! Light candles, play some quiet music and enjoy each others company alone under the stars and moonlight in the privacy of your own backyard. Drink chilled sparkling water during your soak. Hot chocolate is another great choice. Chocolate covered strawberries are a great treat for eating in the tub.

Lately my husband and I have been eating Emily’s chocolate covered fortune cookies. Yummy and you get a fortune to ponder and laugh about. Have your favorite bottle of wine chilling to drink after soaking. Proseco is a real treat after hot tub soaking.

Looking for an aphrodisiac? Skip the heavy meal with too much protein and carbs. Dark chocolate truffles are your best bet!  And Fran’s Chocolates right here in Seattle makes truffles to die for!  Eat a few.  Savor each one. It doesn’t get any better.

It’s not the money spent on a Valentine’s Day gift-it’s the thought.

Since this week is National Marriage Week it’s a good time to think about nurturing your relationship. I know, I know. When you say that to men, they freeze and immediately tune out.  But, the thought that you have remembered and wanted to do something special for your spouse or partner goes a long way towards nurturing your relationship. You don’t have to “talk about your relationship”.

If you already have a hot tub think about new towels, new fluffy terry cloth robes combined with a new spa scent such as Being or Magma  Onsen Beppu. Packaged together they may not be diamonds, but a Valentine’s gift that will signify how much you value your romantic time together.

Olympic has sold a number of  Hot Spring Spas this year for Valentine’s gifts that will be a complete surprise to a spouse or partner. We’ve been instructed not to call before hand, just show up with red bow and that we will. What a truly romantic gesture that will ensure romance stays alive in that relationship for years to come!


RES EST SERVA VOLUPTAS. Pleasure is serious business.

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