In fact, one of the biggest mistakes long-distance daters make is trying to cram too much time together into their compressed schedule.
We can't tell you how many promising courtships we've seen dissolve after the dating partners spent just about every waking hour with each other over the three, five or seven days they were together in the same city.
That's because everybody needs "down time" to consciously and unconsciously process what they experienced as the courtship develops.
Plus people absolutely must have some personal space and personal time.
We suggest that he try a change of venue for each date, including a few spots that generally appeal to tourists.