Don’t be alone this Valentine’s Day!
There are two ways to go about Valentine’s Day and Valentine’s Day Weekend. You could either live your best life and fly solo or you can take a chance, and meet the love of your life on our Hornblower happy hour or party cruise!
There are so many things to do when you’re single on Valentine’s Day. Some people may look at this day as pointless, but in reality Valentine’s Day is about spending time with those you love. It doesn’t have to be with a boyfriend, girlfriend, husband or wife. It can easily be celebrated with family or friends. Love remains the same no matter what day of the year, so there’s no reason to have Valentine’s Day getting you down.
With this in mind, there’s plenty of things to do on Valentine’s Day and the Valentine’s Day weekend for everyone.
1. Take a random vacation.
Escape for the week or weekend. Go wherever your heart desires and keep up your happiness.
2. Treat yourself!
There’s nothing like a little self-love. Go on that shopping spree, get your nails done, get a massage, or go to that restaurant that you’ve always dreamed of. Go, Go, Go!
3. Get a group of your friends together and have a Galentine’s Day celebration.
For those of you that don’t know what this is, it’s a day to get all your girlfriends’ together and have a rockin’ time. Ultimately there’s nothing like hanging out with your favorite people and enjoying life all together.
4. If you’re in NYC, get dressed and head out to the city’s hottest singles’ locations….
Hot tip: Hornblower New York is hosting a meet and mingle happy hour. We promise, you’ll have a blast. Or if a party is more your style, then Vodka is My Valentine is the place for you!
In New York City, there’s love for everyone, no matter your race, color, size, etc. That’s one of the special things about NYC. It’s a huge melting pot of people with different backgrounds. Hornblower is celebrating all those who are single and ready to mingle. There’ll be plenty of people to hang out, flirt with, and be surrounded by good company.
What are you waiting for?
-The Hornblower NY Family