Just returned from a romantic weekend getaway at Niagara Falls. It was a much needed getaway for Andrew and I to enjoy each others company.
A quick escape nearby can be way better as a couple than is a huge vacation and this was one of those cases.We stayed at the 80 year old Crowne Plaza Niagara Falls (opened in 1927), not only because I was fascinated with the history and its unique architecture but also because Marilyn Monroe stayed there when filming "Niagara"in 1952.
I am not a big fan of generic modern day hotels for a romantic weekend getaway. I prefer staying at a place with a proud history and character. On another note, The Falls are mesmerizing... stunning but the power of it scares me at times.
The surrounding areas have beautiful landscapes and architecture. Very picturesque, rugged but beautiful. During the day it was fun to grab Starbucks and chocolate fudge and wander around for hours., so I wore my favorite jumpsuit and flats.... super comfy!
I am wearing
Necessary Objects cotton jumpsuit
A & F Sweater
As for the night, we went out for dinner at The Keg Restaurant (on the 9th floor of Embassy Suites Hotel). The view is fantastic and the food great. As for the rest of the night, we had some fun at Fallsview casino.
As for my date night out outfit, I wore mostly black with a sequin top. The most exciting part of the outfit was the shoes... I finally had a chance to wear them out. I love them to death.
I am wearing:
Mackage Leane Leather Jacket
Michael Kors Heels
Coach Patent Leather Wristlet
Seriously, I love Andrew's shoes as much as I mine... He's got awesome taste in fashion... :)
Everyone couple needs some alone time... and our Niagara Falls romantic getaway was perfect.