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Travel better than gifts for sparking romance

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On Valentine’s Day, here’s yet one more reason to travel -- romance. A survey by the U.S. Travel Association revealed that 77 percent of couples who travel together say they have a good sex life as compared to 63 percent of non-travelers. Also, 63 percent of respondents said travel is a better way to spark romance than gifts. --- Forgot to buy your Valentine a gift? Tell them you’ve planned a surprise trip and get booking!

Check out this article in this week’s edition of City Weekly to find out about great Valentine’s get-a-stays in or near Salt Lake City and then get ready for romance.

The Travel Tramps write regularly about their treks near and far in City Weekly, and host the weekly Travel Brigade Radio Show. Follow them on Twitter @TravelBrigade.

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