I am going tog finally do something that I have been wanting to do for the last year and a half. I am going to ask my girlfriend if she will marry me. I am super nervous. I just asked her father for his permission and after a 3 hour discussion I got his daughters hand. Well permission to take it if she lets me. I am planning on going out there within the next two weeks. I am going to surprise her. We talk everyday through SKYPE and there is nothing better than seeing her smile every night. I recommend it for any lonely couple. I want to take her out to the best restaurant that Boston has to offer. Please if you know of any good places I would love to hear them. And any advice on what not to do that would be amazing! Thank you
omgsh that is so sweet.
i don't live in Boston but i found a good link:
http://www.seriouseats.com/2008/10/seri … oston.html
best wishes to you and your girl.
no hookie advice, just my best wish for both of you
jon in nashville
You need to go to 'The Top of the Hub' restaurant. A dramatic setting for that sort of thing.
Seriously people, can you not tell that this is spam?
A little fib is well worth a Page Rank 6 backlink and all that
Hey This is not a spammer. I just want to know where to go in Boston. She is going to Boston College Her name is Ann Williams. I just want an idea that will take her breath away!
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