This Summer in Milwaukee is going to be jam-packed with events so book your room early at the Potawatomi Hotel and Casino, located just outside of downtown before it sells out. While there, try your luck at some slots if you’re so inclined.
One of the best (and most stressful) parts of wedding planning has nothing to do with the ceremony or reception – it’s the honeymoon. And for queer couples, there is an added layer of stress to honeymoon preparations because, let’s face it, not everywhere in the world is living in 2019 and accepting of the LGBT+ community.
By now, most of you know I march to the beat of my own drummer, so when I decided to visit a summertime destination in the winter, people weren’t surprised. Cape Cod is known for attracting throngs of LGBTQ beach and party goers to its northmost tip, Provincetown.
The entire downtown area is pretty much walkable, with many of the city’s main attractions located within a few miles of each other. What was obvious from the start was the abundance of rainbow flags scattered throughout the city. I think it’s safe to say that Portland may have the highest concentration of rainbow flags per capita than any city I have visited thus far.
The International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association today announced its global partnership with Visit St. Pete/Clearwater, the tourism marketing organization for the popular destination on Florida’s Gulf Coast.
It is impossible to see everything Houston has to offer in one visit, so I recommend either planning a week long stay or exploring neighborhoods over a few visits to the city. Houston is also a quick drive to Austin and San Antonio, so it can be fun planning a true Texan adventure.
The first time I visited Philadelphia was for last year’s NLGJA conference and to be perfectly honest, I really didn’t think much of the city. The main reason for my feeling was mostly because I was stuck in a hotel conference room most of my stay.