LONDON is one of the great cities of the world, and rarely do you need an excuse to go; the history, the art, the clubs, and the theater are reason enough. The city’s hot right now for a lot of reasons, and while some gay boys might want to hop the pond to see TomContinue reading “15 Places To Go In 2015: London…Because It’s the Year of the Next Royal Baby”
Our man in the field, London resident and ManAboutWorld Global Correspondent Ben Rossignol was disappointed with last year’s Gay Pride celebration in the United Kingdom’s capital city. He’s hoping this year’s (scheduled for June 23 to July 1 with more information at London Pride) improves. In his words: About 3 million LGBT’s call London home, making it Europe’s biggestContinue reading “The Curious Case of London Pride”
WorldPride, an LGBT event incorporating parades, festivals, cultural activities and, oh yeah, parties held every five years, is organized by InterPride. The first WorldPride was held in Rome in 2000, followed by Jerusalem in 2006. This year it is to be held in London from June 23 through July 8, 2012. According to InterPride WorldPride Parade, rallies, and street partiesContinue reading “World Pride is in London This Year. Cheery Ho!”
The Summer Olympics taking place in London July 27 through August 12, 2012 is of course the big story coming out of jolly old England. And that will definitely be the ticket to get . Start planning as early as possible. Airfare may climb sky high, so to speak, and hotel room mates will soar.Continue reading “London: 2012 Is High Time To Visit”
Follow in the footsteps of England’s longest-reigning monarch and her prince consort.