Cheap date suggestions?

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    Cheap date suggestions?

    We've rounded up a series of suggestions for where to go on a date when you're trying to keep costs low.  We'd love to hear your suggestions and ideas using the forum below!
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    Re: Cheap date suggestions?

    The list is meh...

    I am usually a very cheap date. I try to live by the motto "the best things in life are free".

    My #1 favorite date?  A walk on the beach..preferably at sunrise or sunset.

    My #2 favorite date? A hike along the Pemiggewasset river.

    My #3 favorite date? A day in the North End...something that can be done very inexpensively...lunch at my favorite North End restaurant, a visit to Bova bakery....walking along the water.

    Sadly I've never met someone of the opposite sex who I would have dated..who also enjoys horseback riding. I still have to reserve that for myself and my riding friends.

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    Re: Cheap date suggestions?

    You'd have to give me an amount with which you think is cheap.  The best way to keep a tab down is to avoid the cocktails.  Walking around Boston is awesome but eventually you have to eat. You could head to many places and eat for under $50.00, but  a few cocktails will bring the tab up over $100.00.

    A few weeks ago we took a day trip and because of the driving, neither of us drank.  Lunch, a visit to a bakery, parking and gas was about $100.00.  I consider that reasonable.

    There are things to do for free around Boston like the ICA on Thursday evenings.  The Fenway is looking good these days.  And don't forget the Swan Boats.