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Atlanta: It’s a Peach

Posted on 26 June 2014

While Atlanta’s Pride festival doesn’t take place until October, you might want to head up there for a long weekend at the end of June and catch Rainbow Days at Six Flags Over Georgia on June 28. It’s just a little over an eight-hour drive to Atlanta. Round trip airfares from Fort Lauderdale run about […]

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Rich, Dark & Delicious

Posted on 18 June 2014

  My name is Rick and I’m a chocoholic. Last week I licked the frosting off a cake and threw the cake away. I get a Tootsie Pop and smash it on the ground to get to the chewy, chocolaty center. I’ve been tempted to snort cocoa like cocaine. To paraphrase an old saying, “I […]

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Monumental Achievements—Part II

Posted on 11 June 2014

Last week, in honor of Pride Month, we took a look at various monuments across the United States devoted to GLBT individuals and achievements. Of course, the U.S. is not the only country to honor members of the GLBT community. Throughout the world, memorials have been erected in parks and public spaces where people of […]

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Monumental Achievements

Posted on 29 May 2014

    In a recent column, we mentioned Chicago’s Legacy walk, the world’s only outdoor walking museum dedicated to LGBT history. And, of course we have the World AIDS Museum, The Stonewall Museum and Archives and its Wilton Drive Gallery right here in Fort Lauderdale/Wilton Manors. In honor of Pride Month, here’s list of other […]

Gay Days Orlando

Posted on 17 May 2014

If you grew up going on family vacations at Disney World and the surrounding theme parks you no doubt have fond memories of those trips. Or if you’re like me, you mostly remember your parents bickering because your father wanted to drive as far as possible in one day, trying to cut the number of […]

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The Top 10 Spring Break Destinations

Posted on 23 April 2014

GayTravel.com just listed its top ten picks for Spring break vacations and Ft. Lauderdale is only number ten! I don’t know about you, but it sure feels like Ft. Lauderdale and WilMa area is the most popular, at least judging by the traffic, and the number of out-of-towners at the clubs. And, let’s not forget […]

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Fit Travel: Multitasking at its Finest

Posted on 05 March 2014

Flying is certainly not inspiration for fitness. And, while the TSA may frown on you dropping to the floor to do some crunches or push-ups, there are still profitable ways to pass the time spent at the airport and in waiting in the endless lines. Who says you can’t multitask? While standing in line waiting […]

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Gifts for Travelers

Posted on 19 December 2013

Anyone who’s flown on a plane with a screaming kid (is there ever a flight without one?) will recognize the value of Bose QuietComfort 20i noise cancelling headphones. Priced at $300, its noise cancelling rivals full-sized headphones and it takes up almost no room. There’s an in-line mic/remote for music and call functions and “aware” […]

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Towns With Holiday Spirit

Posted on 27 November 2013

If you’re looking for a trip that will really put you in the holiday spirit, consider one of these spots. Branson, Missouri, once a dying lumber town, has turned itself into an entertainment capital. It is home to scores of theaters and resort hotels that appeal to tourists (mostly middle of the road grandma and […]

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True Colors: Traveling in the Fall

Posted on 30 October 2013

Forget the red, white and blue, America is at her best when she shows her true colors in autumn. Fall foliage tours have become a massive tourist industry in the past decade or so and native Floridians who have never experienced the majesty of watching Mother Nature work her paintbrush in the fall will have […]

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