Hotel Hendricks has a lot going for it the second you step foot inside its wonderful location. From food to decor and more, it is surely a place you are going to want to check into in the New Year. [Read more…] about Why Hotel Hendricks is Worth Checking Into in 2020 And Beyond
So many Americans want to learn a foreign language, but few have the time or discipline to sustain ongoing classes. Domenico Sannino understands. Recently, the CEO of Italy Emotion T.O. was in New York City to introduce the “Roots of Italy” project. Its purpose is to introduce or refresh Italian Americans to their native roots through intensive language courses–all in the splendor and beauty of Italy. [Read more…] about Roots of Italy Project Reconnects Italian Immigrants to their Homeland
Move over, Manhattan. Broadway isn’t the only spot for great theatre. Those traveling abroad are probably already aware of Europe’s reputation for the performing arts and the abundance of stunning edifices that house them. Paris is no exception.
The Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC hotel might just be one of the chicest places to stay in during your time in The Big Apple. Correction: it is. And here’s why. [Read more…] about Sophistication at its Best: Why You Should Check Into Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC
Lush. Warm. Humid. Heat that brings a slight bead of sweat to your brow but that which makes the cool breeze coming off the ocean water feel gloriously soothing to sun kissed skin. I have always been drawn to green. (Dark green) heavy hanging leaves that lazily droop over sun-splashed walks. Paths leading to azure waves crashing over alabaster sands, glittering in the light. Life in the golden hour; island landscapes that would give an influencer FOMO. The saturated jewel tones of beachside life that make pictures look like a bohemian fever dream. I live in the concrete jungle where dreams are made; when I want to escape, I dream of anything except rocks and dirt (yes, don’t touch anything in NY…it’s dirty). And yet, as fate would have it, I somehow found myself in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It is probably the last place I would have chosen to take a break, but I had the time of my life. (Cross my heart!) [Read more…] about The Technicolor Coyote: Santa Fe’s Native Nouveau Renaissance
Gays and camping go together like Queen Elizabeth and a Monster truck rally. Ok. Perhaps I’m stereotyping, but it’s a relatively safe bet that camping is probably not the first idea that comes to mind when metropolitan gays want a break from the city.
I’ve traveled to many parts of the country over my short time here on earth but have never been to a place quite like National Harbor, Maryland. I equate this part of the DMV area (DC, Maryland, Virginia) to a hidden bonus level in a video game you really like as you may be unaware of its existence at first but are thrilled to find all the gems that exist once you are there.
There’s nothing wrong with getting out of the concrete jungle of Manhattan every once in a while. Yes, we live in a fantastic city, but there are so many others worth visiting especially with the warmer weather finally arriving. [Read more…] about East Coast to West Coast: 3 Fabulous Cities to Visit ASAP
Philadelphia has a lot going for it when it comes to being a Manhattanite. It’s a city that is quicker to get to than most (90 minutes via Amtrak), has a great culinary, fashion and LGBTQ scene, and mimics a lot of what NYC has to offer and then some. Why are we not visiting this iconic city more? Here’s why you should. [Read more…] about Travel Idea! Why Philadelphia is a Great Place to Visit in Spring
Hotel Elysee continues to be one of Midtown East’s most incredible spots to stay in. It’s one of the few hotel locations left in Manhattan that will transport you to another time the minute you check in and have you back to reality with a smile on your face the instant you check out. [Read more…] about Need a Fab Place to Stay? Look No Further Than Hotel Elysee