Hot Spring Spots in OC to Take Your Date

Is there a girl who you’re dying to ask out, but just can’t seem to decide where to take her? Or perhaps anxiety has struck, and you are out of ideas of exciting places to take out your significant other. Erase your fears gentlemen, because you are in luck! Here are the top places in the Orange County area to take your girl that will make her want more.

 

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Newport Beach

This is not just any ordinary beach. At Newport Beach, you can take your other half to whale watch and during this season, the two of you can enjoy watching the annual migration of Grey whales. View them from the top observation deck for amazing photo opportunities to create lasting memories. Additionally, jet packing is also offered here. It is safe, fun and easy to learn with your girl and this will definitely create something memorable between the two of you.

Irvine Spectrum Center

This place is one of Southern California’s most popular shopping, dining, and entertainment destination. With over 130 stores, you can enjoy a long conversation while casually shopping together. There is also a movie theatre, Dave and Busters, a carousel, and a 108-foot Giant Wheel, so you guys will always have something to do together.

South Coast Plaza

The largest mall in California, South Coast Plaza is a grand venue to take your date to. Its unparalleled collection of over 250 boutiques, department stores, and award-winning restaurants will leave the two of you chatting and shopping for the entire day. The mall was named by Visa International as one of the most famous streets in America to shop, stay, and dine, and even rivals the luxury streets of New York, Milan, and Paris.

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Orange County Great Park

Located in Irvine, the park receives hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over California. Head onto the iconic Great Park Balloon that will take you 400 feet up in the air for a phenomenal panoramic view of all of Orange County. There is also a carousel, a walk able historical timeline, Palm Court Arts Complex, and North Lawn Recreation Area for the two of you to enjoy.

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Knott’s Berry Farm

While Knott’s Berry Farm is not as grand as Disneyland, the amusement park still works as a fine place to take your significant other. In fact, Knott’s Berry Farm has more fast and thrilling roller coasters for those who enjoy the speed.

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Aquarium of the Pacific

Are you interested in nature and marine life? Regardless, you should go check out the Aquarium of the Pacific anyway. At the aquarium, nature becomes within reach. Touch sharks together or feed birds and watch sea otters play. Stroll through the aquarium enjoying a nice conversation while learning about over 12,500 animals.

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Mission San Juan Capistrano

Visit the birthplace of Orange County with her at Mission San Juan Capistrano. It is one of the most beautiful missions in the world and is renowned for the return of the swallows. Guided tours are provided daily for newcomers. Many activities are offered, including Native American basket weaving, Koi Fish feeding, panning for gold, and adobe brick making. End your day with a stroll through the museum to learn about the roots of Orange County.

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The Queen Mary

All aboard the legendary ship and enjoy the stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and Long Beach skyline. Dine with the spirits at Sir Winston’s Restaurant and if you dare, then go on a guided paranormal investigation and explore the haunted areas of the ship!

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San Diego Zoo

The San Diego Zoo is a perfect destination for animal lovers. With over 4,000 rare and fascinating animals, the two of you will be wandering around the whole day looking at all kinds of animals. Create memories together by discovering the wonders of the wildlife and watching the interactions of animals, as well as exciting shows.

 

 

– By Brian Chen

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