At last report, Arnold Schwarzenegger is still dating the woman that graduated from Loveland High School in 1993; there's a good chance they're headed to town. So, why not point out a few places that he should see while he's here.

I, myself, am still tore up that I missed him at Rock Bottom a while back. What are the odds that he'd be there the same time as me, and I not see him? Well, he did dine upstairs, and I was in the bar area, but it's still a 'bummah.'

Then, about six months ago, he was spotted at Dairy Queengetting treats on a warm day. If you check the calendar, he's about due to come back to Loveland for a visit of his girlfriend's family (with the holidays, and all.) It seems appropropriate to offer up a few places they should stop and see while he's in town.

We know he's a fan of cigars, so I have that covered at a place near Thompson Valley. He's a big movie star, so in Downtown Loveland, he can stop by two places that are relevant. We know he's a fan of ice cream, so I have that covered, and a thought on where he can get a gift for the family.

Obviously, it's not easy for Arnold and Heather to just go wherever they'd like, but I'd be remiss if I didn't try to steer them in the right direction if they should leave the house.

Take a look at my stops:

5 Places in Loveland Arnold Schwarzenegger Needs to Check Out on a Holiday Visit

Obviously, it's not easy for Arnold and Heather to just go wherever they'd like, if they come to Loveland for the holidays, but I'd be remiss if I didn't try to steer them in the right direction if they should leave the house.

Arnold and Heather Could Also Check Out These Loveland Holiday Lights

Loveland has 'decked the halls' of Downtown Loveland for the season. From the big Christmas Tree in front of the Rialto Theatre to decorations by the Civic Center at Foote Lagoon, things don't only look festive at night, but during the day as well.

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