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It is time to strip off your winter coat (and shirt, and pants, and…) and cash-in on two tropical vacations for the price of one. The Island House in Key West—the historic, men-only, clothing-optional resort—is once again offering their “Buy Four Nights and Get Three Free” promotion. To qualify, purchase four nights at the resort … Continue reading Key West: Island House 2-4-1 Vacations
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It holds your orange juice, flower arrangement, and favorite fruit; it provides a viewing portal between the inside and outside worlds; and it serves as the screen on which you are viewing this website. Glass is involved in almost every aspect of your daily life, yet how often is it the focus of your attention? … Continue reading NY: The Corning Museum of Glass
Lady Gaga and Traveling IQ wish you a Happy Halloween! I took this picture while touring the Strip District in Pittsburgh earlier this year. If you are interested in learning more about Pittsburgh, read the IQ article published in Next Magazine or listen to the Proud FM radio segment.
New York’s Finger Lakes Wine Country is the second largest producer of wine in the United States. Read yesterday’s edition of Traveling IQ’s visit to the region and then join us on our tasting tour below. The Finger Lakes Wine Country has over 100 wineries on four distinct wine trails. For our weekend tour we … Continue reading New York: A Weekend in Wine Country (Part 2)
Just a four-hour-drive from New York City (four hours from Toronto, five hours from Pittsburgh and six hours from Boston) sits the “World’s Most Beautiful Wine Region” according to Budget Travel readers, a “Top Ten Value Destination for 2011” according to Sherman’s Travel, and a “perfect weekend getaway for NYC peeps who want to escape … Continue reading New York: A Weekend in Wine Country (Part 1)
Three years ago, after seeing the film Milk, Nathan Manske was struck by an image of Harvey Milk—one of the first openly gay elected officials in the U.S. and the subject of the film directed by Gus Van Sant—in San Francisco holding a sign that said "I'm From Woodmere, NY." The sign was intended to show … Continue reading “I’m From Driftwood” in New York
The Dutch island of Curaçao invites you to experience European sophistication with Caribbean warmth. Offering an enticing combination of Dutch Attitude at a Caribbean Latitude, Curaçao is emerging as one of the Caribbean’s most popular gay destinations. A rare island where tourists and locals effortlessly coexist, Curaçao imbues your tropical vacation with cultural authenticity. Conveniently … Continue reading Dutch Attitude at a Caribbean Latitude