Posts about ‘Gay travel’
Top deals on fights and hotels around the globe.
Summer of 2016 includes these amazing, must-do events.
Competition winner Eric Smith’s world travels opened his eyes to others’ struggles.
Why settle for the treadmill when you could have a rooftop track or trapeze.
Big changes put these spots at the top of our list.
People leave their hearts there, but take a little something with them.
Which cities throw the biggest and best fetes?
We’ve got six compelling reasons it just might be.
Summer is on the way out. Time to tuck your swimsuit away in the bottom drawer and break out the wool sweater. But don’t despair just yet, summer lovers! There’s a ton of happenings around the globe this autumn that will have you greeting cooler temps with a grin. Here are 19 travel-worthy fall events [read more…]
Since opening for business in 2001, Orbitz has carried the flag for LGBT equality. Check out our timeline for equality below to see our most fabulous moments.
Show your colors for Pride in these milestone LGBT enclaves.
At $400 a night you can pretty much have your pick of New York‘s coolest hotels. If you’ve got $300 clams to throw around the window narrows but it can still be done—easily. But if you’re thinking under $200 nightly is as rare as a mellow New Yorker, think again. Here are five (technically six) [read more…]
Relive craft sessions and camp fires at these nostalgic (but comfy) grown-up summer camps.
You wouldn’t think Las Vegas would be the ideal summer destination given the fact that it sees temperatures well into the 100s between June and August. Yet it’s inexplicably like spring break all over again as thousands of bikini-clad women and the dudes who rush to buy them drinks invade the biggest and best pools [read more…]
Need a few LGBT-friendly destination ideas? Recent changes at these ten great places around the world have thrust them to the top of our 2015 gay travel list. Now let the planning begin! 1. Scotland While Americans won same-sex marriage battles largely through the judicial system in 2014, Great Britain’s northernmost country legalized it through [read more…]
Find out which of these elite winners is your dream hotel.
Party like a local as the city hosts one of world’s largest LGBT events.
Our writer stays at the Hotel Max in Seattle over Gay Pride weekend and gets up close and personal with reality drag star Sharon Needles.
There’s certainly a lot to celebrate, and I’ll personally join the nation in my own backyard at The New York City Gay Pride March on June 24. With gay icons Cindy Lauper, Chris Salgrado, Phyllis Siegel and Connie Kopelov as grand marshalls, the event is a float-filled, eye candy-colored dance party that electrifies Chelsea, Greenwich Village, Lower Manhattan and beyond.
There’s the Miss American Pageant and then there’s the Miss’d America Pageant. Amazing what a difference one letter makes — and in this context, one chromosome. The Miss’d pageant, at the Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall Ballroom on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2012 at 8 p.m., is a spoof on original, with drag queens in all their glittery glory competing for the crown, cash and prizes.