Travel & Recreation

In the Land of Vlad the Bad

Well, that’s my politically correct nickname for the Romanian bigshot who founded the country’s present capital, Bucharest, in the 15th century. He went on to rule from his Transylvanian castle, where he earned the even […]

Upwardly Mobile

Welcome to the home of Mardi Gras, held in Louisiana’s capitol city. No, not that town. Borders and rulers have changed, and Mobile now belongs to Alabama. Founded by French settlers in 1702, a year […]

ASAPtown: Why a Trip to the Tip of Cape Cod is a Must

By Mike Marcotte Provincetown, Massachusetts holds a pivotal part in America’s history. It was there that pilgrims made their first landing (yep, not Plymouth) back in 1620. In the 20th century, it served as a […]

Pride Isn’t Over Until the Europeans Say It Is!

by Eric Poole In most U.S. cities, Pride is celebrated in June to commemorate the Stonewall riots that sparked the modern gay pride movement. But in Europe, the dates vary widely over the summer, from […]

How To Score The Cheapest Airfares For Your Vacation

By Eric Poole Brand G Vacations In past years, with oil at $100 a barrel, airfares were akin to a prostate exam: it felt like someone was violating you, and under highly unflattering lighting. But in […]

O Winnipeg

“How was dinner last night? Did you enjoy the theater?” This is not your BFF asking, it’s the hotel staff, following up with “Another coffee to go?” You know all about Minnesota Nice. This is […]

The Insane Travel Benefits From Premium Credit Cards

  by Eric Poole I would never pay $450 for an American Express Platinum card just to look like an A-Gay. My self-worth isn’t linked to a piece of plastic. Well, unless it’s an all-access […]

Vu with a Room in Louisville

Louisville is one of the 10 hottest gay destinations in the USA, declares Orbitz, and George Stinson can claim some of the credit. Well-known for opening the Connection, a gay nightclub, and his Marketplace restaurant […]

Honeymooning On The Water: Should We Take An Ocean Or River Cruise?

By Eric Poole Gay cruises have exploded in popularity in the past decade. The ability to unpack your steamer trunks once, see multiple destinations (often multiple countries) on a single trip, and honeymoon in a […]

A Change Will Do You Good – The Evolving Charm of Palm Springs

By Mike Marcotte It’s refreshing to experience the slower pace that vacations usually offer, whether you’re lounging by the pool or taking a lunch break with no end time. Change in routine and scenery do […]

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