Tips for newly dating couples
Irvine, California’s mission statement is “to create and maintain a community where people can live, work and play in an environment that is safe, vibrant and aesthetically pleasing,” and it certainly lives up to that reputation.
As an influential business and tourism destination, your future as a couple looks bright in Irvine. Near Perfect,” Spokane, Washington is a fantasy made real for couples who love the outdoors and the arts.
Take a chance on Oakland — your new marriage will thank you.
Beaches, bars, bikes — newlywed couples are truly living life in Sa Mo, but that’s not all this amazing city has to offer.
We’re talking about Brooklyn, Indiana, “the Town Seen from the East.” Founded in 1854, Brooklyn, Indiana may be a small town (1,613 people, according to 2013 data), but it has a big heart. Encinitas, California is known for being a leader in the ornamental flower industry, particularly poinsettias, but it also should be known for being a wonderful city for newly married couples.
With affordable housing, quality jobs and exciting activities right at your fingertips, you won’t regret putting down roots in Encinitas.
From a thriving nightlife and sexy water sports, to unbeatable real estate and a variety of career choices, Santa Barbara is a dream come true for any couple.
Known as “The City of Oaks,” Raleigh, North Carolina is a beautiful town with the Southern charm to match it.
A mix of fun and economical, Raleigh has great jobs, great food, great attractions and great people.
How could you hate first-rate museums, one of a kind food and a booming downtown?
Also called “The Brick City” and “The Gateway City,” Newark is everything a newlywed couple could want and more.