If you end up on the complete opposite side of your destination, you know what to do.If you live in a city where you're lucky enough to experience the incredible views, why not do it with someone new?
Looks like things are still "burning up" for Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra.
The couple kicked off Priyanka's 36th birthday festivities early by celebrating in London on July 16 with Joe Jonas and his fiancée, Sophie Turner (who plays a badass TV heroine), and their oldest brother, Kevin Jonas.
Take a ferry or water taxi to an unexplored part of your city if you want to make it a longer day trip.
Summer is ripe for yard sales and outdoor flea markets.
Pack some snacks and sunscreen at high noon or head out to the sands for a sunset stroll.
Wind blowing in your hair plus picturesque views of the skyline are the ideal mood-setters for a date.There is even a version of the Hunger Games – get ready to kick-start that adrenalin! There are a few answers out there bringing social clubs bang into the 21 century with their online platforms that make it really easy to keep in touch and arrange socials. Thinkingbob run fun and unusual socials across London ranging from street games to pub quizzes to murder mystery nights and more. A great way to reach out and make new friends, whilst making a real difference to someone’s life. The Sock Mob meet once a week in pre-arranged locations in central London, delivering useful items like socks (hence the name), food and friendship to homeless people in the city. Have a go at a comedy workshop Think you’ve got what it takes to be the next Tina Fey? Join this organised pub crawl with a difference, for intellectual conversation (at least for the first hour! Now that you've cleared the awkward small talk of a first date, there's room to get creative on the second. They see us through thick and thin, helping us to navigate first loves, heartbreak, late night parties in Shoreditch… He set up his own booth in Los Angeles offering to talk to anyone, about anything, for free!It’s New Friends, Old Friends week this week (18 – 24 May), so what better excuse to get out there and meet some new people? Learn the ukulele You know that guy in the restaurant serenading you with a guitar that looks like it’s been zapped with a shrink-ray? We’ve all joked about it, and now is your chance to actually give it a go. Learn to Uke run adult-only classes led by an upbeat team, and once you get the basics you could even join in with the Ukulele Karaoke. Join a sports club with a twist Why not kill two birds with one stone, and get your weekly exercise in whilst also making friends. He even kept his own list of questions in case you were stuck for a topic, including such gems as ‘How about this weather? ’ Not feeling brave enough yet to set up your own stand on Speakers Corner?You don't want the game to be too one-sided, so go with something you can really engage in that's well suited for both of you.