Berlin, Germany By Bike

One of my favorite ways to get to know a new city is to take a bike tour. You get a lay of the land, are able to cross off some major tourist attractions of your to-do list and are able to justify any and all tasty treats you eat before, during and after, because hey,Continue reading “Berlin, Germany By Bike”

Listen to Some Really Good Gay Travel Storytelling with Dennis Hensley and Ed Salvato

“I booked a gay cruise (Atlantis) last week and knew I made the right decision after hearing you on the podcast. You were so good on Dennis’ show, so upbeat and positive, and such and good storyteller.” Listen here.

Paddleboard Yoga with Dennis Hensley

After getting a quick lesson in how to navigate, our teacher Katie paddled with us from the beach to an anchored rope line in the bay where we attached our boards. Then the class proper started with no gongs, no Enya, just the sound of the wind and the waves and Katie’s expert instruction. AsContinue reading “Paddleboard Yoga with Dennis Hensley”

Dennis Hensley’s Los Angeles

The times I most often find myself thinking, ‘This could only happen in LA,’ are the special film screenings that happen all year-round all over town. I’ve seen Flashdance in the company of Jennifer Beals; Saturday Night Fever with John Travolta; Singing in the Rain with Debbie Reynolds; and earlier this year, Showgirls with NomiContinue reading “Dennis Hensley’s Los Angeles”

Dennis Hensley: Harboring Secrets in Long Beach

Our correspondent Dennis Hensley is back with another hilarious story, this time chronicling his adventures getting lost inside a maze aboard a creepy old boat. As amusement park Halloween scare-fests go, Dark Harbor at the Queen Mary in Long Beach, California, has something that its competitors don’t: one really old, seriously creepy boat.  Two ofContinue reading “Dennis Hensley: Harboring Secrets in Long Beach”

The CheckOut: Hotel Sans Souci Wien in Vienna

Top/Bottom Line: Relatively new on the scene, the Hotel Sans Souci Wien combines modern sophistication with a refreshing touch of whimsy, from the yoo Studio-designed furnishings in shades of cream and purple to the clever, oversized Vienna-set selfies by Austrian skier-turned-art photographer Hubertus von Hohenlohe that adorn the lobby and many rooms. This 63-room boutiqueContinue reading “The CheckOut: Hotel Sans Souci Wien in Vienna”

What Happens When You Mix Tiramisu and Grindr…

ManAboutWorld Global Correspondent Dennis Hensley experienced a classic Rome dessert spot and a classic American hook-up app in the same day. Take it away, Dennis…

Biking In Budapest … with a Twist

Our correspondent Dennis Hensley let us in on this amazing little bike tour in Budapest: Want to get to know Budapest and burn off last night’s goulash at the same time? Then check out the 4.5-hour Wheels & Meals Bike Tour from Budapest Bike Breeze tours. As Euro capitals go, Budapest is very bike-friendly andContinue reading “Biking In Budapest … with a Twist”

Saints Alive! The Friendliest Gay Bar in Prague

ManAboutWorld Correspondent Dennis Hensley (above right) was in Prague during a sweep through Central Europe. He stopped in at the Saints Bar and discovered the “Cheers” of the Czech Republic. If you’re heading here for their raucous politically charged and fun Gay Pride (August 11-17), be sure to have some devilish fun at Saints. When Paul Coggles opened up the Saints Bar in Prague in 2005,Continue reading “Saints Alive! The Friendliest Gay Bar in Prague”

Hungary Like the Wolf: Dennis Hensley Visits Budapest

ManAboutWorld correspondent recently Dennis Hensley visited Budapest. While there he recorded a podcast with his friend Tom Ford who is working there on a movie as the Visual Effects Producer.  Here’s the link. We covered Budapest in our current issue. If you  haven’t read it, download it now.