Topics :: GLBT travel
Whether people want to take a well-deserved vacation or they want to establish permanent roots in either city, people find that this part of South Florida is warm and inviting.
There is so much history on the First Coast, as evidenced by the many museums and historical sites. However, northeast Florida is so much more than that.
Palm Beach County has grown and thrived, becoming a vital part of the South Florida metropolitan area. It's also growing into an LGBT tourist destination of its own.
New Orleans is without compare as a travel destination for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and even straight people, combining world class bawdiness, drinking, exquisite fine and casual dining, art, and a matchless music scene.
New York City is at the pulse of everything American; for trends to pass down to the rest of the country, they have to be hip and cool in New York City first. Ready to take a bite of the Big Apple?
Inspired by the advent of the sharing economy and the LGBT community's embrace of web-based dating sites, developers of two new cellphone apps aim to assist gay travelers in connecting with local hosts and residents in cities around the world.
It's often said that when one door closes, another opens. In the case of a new weekend-long party slated to debut in Big Bear Lake, it is very appropriate.
There are so many great sights to see, ranging from the famed Ringling Museum to the very walkable downtown area, featuring many specialty boutiques and sidewalk cafés. Give Sarasota a chance and you'll fall in love.
Tropical Heat is one of the sexiest events on the Key West gay social calendar, and any gay man who lives in Florida should experience it at least once.
Americans tend to have an image of Montreal as a sleepy city which is more French than English.Let me tell you what you should see and do in the city the locals call "La Métropole."