So you had an awesome summer, maybe a brief fling (or two?), and it was so much fun coming up with cute date ideas for your sunny, class-free months. You’re not going to have as much free time during the week to go on dates, and there might not be as much sunshine to take advantage of with that cutie you’ve had your eye on. Coffee Picnic In the summer, picnics are a great idea for a romantic date.The onset of the fall season brings with it a lot of exciting things like Monday Night Football with the guys, the opportunity to break your favorite jacket out of the back of the closet, and of course, the fact that you aren’t going to sweat your ass off every time you step outside.But how do you incorporate the best aspects of the autumn season—beautiful weather, delicious seasonal beers, and yes, more football— into your dating life and still manage to avoid all of the annoying clichés that come with?
Instead, go get some warm coffee or tea, and head outside to a park benchsip and chat together!Old penitentiaries like Alcatraz in San Francisco and the Old City Jail in Charleston offer guided night tours that will have your date squeezing your arm tight when things start to get a little scary.Make sure to book tickets in advance, though, as night tours tend to sell out quickly once the cold weather starts to kick in.To find a place to go hiking, just type in your campus’s zip code here, and it will give you a list of hiking trails close to you.Then pick which one looks the most fun (or your level) and hike away!