If you're stuck on what to give Dad for Father's Day — and his closet simply can't accommodate one more blue shirt — this might be the year to give him the gift of travel. Get him out from behind that desk, and send him into the world.
Depending on your Father's Day budget, you can spring for a night in a great hotel, a sports-oriented vacation, or a tour of a place he's always wanted to visit for Father's Day. Since this site is devoted to romantic getaways, be assured that all places selected offer ample delights for both partners.
In order for your gift to be well-received, check Dad's calendar to see when he's free around Father's Day, and consult with his significant other. (If Mom's coming along, and she doesn't share his hobby, choose a place that offers alternative activities she enjoys, such as sunbathing, shopping, or spa facilities.)
Then select your dates and arrange to pre-pay for the vacation. Come Father's Day, surprise him with a card. Inside, place his itinerary... and send him packing.
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