Hotel Palomar: Suite, New Lodging in Philadelphia

The Hotel Palomar Philadelphia is the first Kimpton property in the City of Brotherly Love (and Sisterly Affection) and a welcome addition to your choice of higher-end lodging options. The Palomar is centrally located on south 17th St within a short walk to lots of great restaurants, and a quick cab ride from the AmtrakContinue reading “Hotel Palomar: Suite, New Lodging in Philadelphia”

Travel the World in One Stop

Originally published in If you are in the Philadelphia, New York or tri-state area and are just hankering to get away, come to Philadelphia for the Philadelphia Inquirer Travel Show this weekend: Saturday January 22 and Sunday January 23. Travel shows are a great idea to get inspired find information about hotels, cruises, destinationsContinue reading “Travel the World in One Stop”

Philadelphia’s Gayborhood: 40 and Fabulous

Story and photo by Ed Salvato. Above: Philadelphia’s Fright Factory during Halloween. What better destination to put on your travel to-do list than Philadelphia, whose motto, “The City of Brotherly Love,” appears tailor-made to gay visitors? Bursting with history, charming architecture, a sizzling food scene, and red-hot nightlife, Philly offers loads to see and doContinue reading “Philadelphia’s Gayborhood: 40 and Fabulous”

Hunky President. George Washington Like You’ve Never Seen Him

Image courtesy of NCC. This image of a handsome, bare-chested George Washington is part of a new exhibit coming to the National Constitution Center (NCC) called, Ancient Rome and America (Februar 10-August 1, 2010). The statue in the photo is by Horatio Greenough, 1840. It’s paired with a similar, bear-chested, seated image of the EmperorContinue reading “Hunky President. George Washington Like You’ve Never Seen Him”