Date Night: A Valentine's Day Idea That'll Cost You More Than a Hyundai

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Last week

we gave you five ideas

for tomorrow, a.k.a. the ulimate date night. Here's one last option, though; it was so obscene, it couldn't be ignored.

Got a spare $14,000 lying around? Then the Hilton Americas (1600 Lamar) has a Valentine's deal for you. This package includes limo service to the hotel, a deluxe suite, champagne upon arrival, a three-course meal finished with chocolates and cordials, breakfast the next morning, three dozen roses, his and hers Baume & Mercier watches, a hot air balloon ride and a two-hour spa package. Sign us up...after we win the lottery. -- Paul Galvani

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