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Here are the instructions for Your DATE NIGHT!
Do a historic tour
Take advantage of everything your home town has to offer or take a drive someplace else and make it exciting. This can be a great overnight date too.
Do this one as cheesy as you can; using tour companies, on land and water. Perhaps a walking tour. Not a lot of rules for this date. Take lots of selfies and post lots of pictures. Buy each other souvenirs.
Libraries generally have pamphlets outlining local attractions, including calendars with festivals or special town events.
Check city websites for monthly activities.
Call local establishments, like small farms or manufacturers, to see if they do free tours.
Think like a tourist. Consider where you would take someone visiting your city for the first time.
Keep distances and public transportation options in mind.
Make your last stop exciting to keep feet motivated — a sports game, special treat or old family favorite will be great incentives to keep walking.
A scavenger hunt is a fantastic way to keep the walking tour interesting. Scavenger hunts don't have to be complicated. In fact, developing a simple set of objects can work in your favor. When you do leave your home town for a vacation destination, repeat the scavenger hunt in your new locale. Compare the new finds to the ones from your town and collect objects from new places you visit. Snap photos of the objects that can't be taken with you.