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Paradise Coast Festival Season in Florida

TweetIt’s festival season on the Paradise Coast of Florida. It’ll be warm. You can wear shorts non-stop. That’s all you [...]

It’s festival season on the Paradise Coast of Florida. It’ll be warm. You can wear shorts non-stop. That’s all you really need to know, but if you like, actually, need to know more… well, here you go: The Naples, Marco Island, Everglades Convention and Visitors Bureau is promoting a full schedule of spring art, sporting, and outdoor events and activities this spring for ... More...


By • Apr 7th, 2015 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL



Amazing Manhattan Rooftop Escapes

TweetThe best thing about Manhattan living is the view from the top, proven by these New York rooftops. I consider [...]

The best thing about Manhattan living is the view from the top, proven by these New York rooftops. I consider myself to be a southern boy for life, so living in Manhattan can be difficult at times. I try and escape upstate as much as possible, and have spent more than my fair share exploring central park, but I will never lose my love for nature, and unfortunately Manhattan is basically the oppo... More...


By • Apr 3rd, 2015 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


River Surfing: It’s a thing in Germany

TweetSurfing is typically a sport reserved for ocean access, but in Germany, river surfing is totally a thing. The German [...]

Surfing is typically a sport reserved for ocean access, but in Germany, river surfing is totally a thing. The German city of Munich is easily a few hundred miles from the closest bit of sea, but that’s not stopping locals from getting their surf on. The Eisbach is a relatively narrow channel of the Isar River, and has been used for river surfing since the 70s. It was illegal until recently, so r... More...


By • Mar 26th, 2015 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


Finding Luxury in Marrakech

TweetMarrakech is becoming a well-known luxury travel destination. The Ryad Dyor Hotel  I have never personally been to Marrakech, but [...]

Marrakech is becoming a well-known luxury travel destination. The Ryad Dyor Hotel  I have never personally been to Marrakech, but I know Bryce loves it, and that is reason enough for me (after all, she owns TheLuxurySpot). Marrakech is the fourth largest city in Morrocco, situated close to the Atlas Mountains, Casablanca, and the Moroccan capital city. It has over 400 hotels, tons of museums, mosq... More...


By • Mar 14th, 2015 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Tel Aviv Gay Pride: The Only Rainbow to Dance Under in the Middle East

TweetTel Aviv Gay Pride is expected to bring over 30,000 international tourists and rainbow-enthusiants to Israel this summer. At this [...]

Tel Aviv Gay Pride is expected to bring over 30,000 international tourists and rainbow-enthusiants to Israel this summer. At this point, most major cosmopolitan cities have their own version of Pride Week– except in the Middle East. It’s a region where celebrating your freedom of choice is seldom allowed. There’s one sandy city casting their rainbow net far and wide, however, and ... More...


By • Mar 11th, 2015 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


A Mountain Where Females are Forbidden

TweetForbidden mountain: Mount Athos is a mountain in Greece where women aren’t allowed. Before I begin, I feel it necessary [...]

Forbidden mountain: Mount Athos is a mountain in Greece where women aren’t allowed. Before I begin, I feel it necessary to make the obligatory joke about how this mountain would probably be my paradise. There, I said it, I’m gay, and I like guys. Formerly known as Autonomous Monastic Start of the Holy Mountain, Mount Athos in Greece is home to 20 Eastern Orthodox monasteries, and 2,000 monks from... More...


By • Mar 7th, 2015 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


10 Things You Learn First Year in New York

TweetYour first year living in New York is one that you will always remember. Somewhere between your first time getting [...]

Your first year living in New York is one that you will always remember. Somewhere between your first time getting toppled by an angry homeless man and your first time being mentioned in a newspaper gossip column, you find a sincere love and appreciation of our nation’s biggest city. Here are some things a person learns their first year in New York. 1. Always Carry an Umbrella. While Mother Natu... More...


By • Mar 7th, 2015 • Category: Cities, ENTERTAINMENT, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Missed Connections for People That Piss You Off

TweetProof that missed connections are about more than love connections. These are for people that piss you off. Living in [...]

Proof that missed connections are about more than love connections. These are for people that piss you off. Living in New York City, you are pretty much guaranteed to have at least one crazy experience every time you leave your house. Chances are, that one crazy experience will be enough to send you into a rage spiral so intense your anus prolapses, and you have to move back to Ohio to have surgery on y... More...


By • Mar 3rd, 2015 • Category: Cities, SEX AND RELATIONSHIPS


Worried About Your Paris Trip? Don’t Be, Check Out This Quirky Stuff

TweetIf you are looking for an unparalleled vacation experience, look to the City of Light. Holidays in Paris are simply indulgent [...]

If you are looking for an unparalleled vacation experience, look to the City of Light. Holidays in Paris are simply indulgent and are fantastic choices for those who want to achieve a worthwhile holiday break. Paris is more than the Eiffel Tower, if you know where to look. Here’s a list of quirky experiences that will make for a memorable trip. 1. Drink wine in the streets of Montmartre. The ... More...


By • Feb 25th, 2015 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


Worthwhile Reasons To Visit Montego Bay

TweetMontego Bay is Jamaica’s second largest city and a popular tourist destination partly because of its duty free shopping cachet. [...]

Montego Bay is Jamaica’s second largest city and a popular tourist destination partly because of its duty free shopping cachet. In general, Caribbean holidays are everything you ask for in a holiday break because of its ideally laidback environment, wonderfully scenic attractions, and fantastic people. For those looking to visit Jamaica, Montego Bay has lots of attractions and fun activities to i... More...


By • Feb 2nd, 2015 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations