I have the plot and characters of the "novel" I'm writing quite sorted out, but, for some reason, I have a lot of doubts about the scenes and setting. I may misinterpret the term "scene", so I'll call "scene" to the specific relations and events between my characters in a given moment in the story, and "setting" at the actual physical place where those "scenes" take place. I have the scenes planned in my mind, but I can't figure out the proper places for them to happen. The universe where the story takes place is a city. A fictional city, but a city nevertheless, with all the places a city usually has. To give you an example, there is a scene in the story where the main characters get together to discuss some crucial points in their relationship. I have planned that scene to happen in all sorts of places: A park at night, the library of their school, at one of the character's backyard, having coffee on a cafeteria, and a big etcetera. I can't decide myself to where certain events of the story should happen, because I feel there is more appropriated places than others. I don't know if I'm making any sense myself , and I know this issue is merely because of my own "creativity problems" or any other way I may call them, but maybe someone else has been through a similar trouble within his/her story, and can tell me what they did to overcome it.