Cuddling on the smooching benches underneath the pergola at Berkeley’s historic Rose Garden would give even the most downtrodden relationship a boost. The 220-foot structure overlooks a terraced amphitheater, and creates a delightfully romantic mood, especially at sunset during the summer. The 3.6-acre park in the Berkeley Hills has 3,000 rose bushes and 250 varieties of roses to see and sniff. It’s a fine spot for a wedding, and at $550 for Berkeley residents, the price is reasonable. But the garden is not for those who crave privacy: Passersby at the top of the park can spy on your nuptials down below.