Meet ManAboutWorld at the Travel & Adventure Show in Washington, DC. That’s right, yo! ManAboutWorld is gonna be in the house. Come by booth 423 and meet editor Ed Salvato and publisher Billy Kolber as well as our partners Rob Sharp from Out Adventures and Zach Moses from HE Travel. LGBT TRAVEL PANEL SAT 3:30PM ETContinue reading “Meet ManAboutWorld at the Travel & Adventure Show in Washington, DC, Jan. 14-15”
With Pope Francis gallivanting around the United States, we visited Vatican City, an independent city-state surrounded by Rome and HQ of the Roman Catholic Church.
WASHINGTON, DC is in its prime, as a city and as a gay destination. Its evolving culinary, art and culture scenes can compete with the major metropolitan players and is crowding out its fading reputation as a crime capital. Welcome to DC, the hip, foodie, art hub with a whole lot of history. In April 2015,Continue reading “15 Best Places To Go In 2015: Washington DC…Because it’s the 150th anniversary of Lincoln’s assassination.”
We look toward this New Year with new ambitions and new journeys that beckon us. Fifteen of them, actually on our annual list: The 15 Gay Places To Go In 2015. The places themselves aren’t gay (one of them still criminalizes homosexuality!) but if you are, this is the ultimate guide to the important, interesting and surprisingContinue reading “ManAboutWorld’s 15 Gay Places To Go In 2015”
In honor of Gay Pride month, this luxurious, boutique property in the gay-popular Dupont Circle area of D.C. is offering a special package starting Thursday, May 30 through June 30, 2012 called “Somewhere Under the Rainbow.” This two-night package, valid Thursday through Sunday, is $295 and includes the following: $295 ++ Two-night Accommodation in SuperiorContinue reading “Normandy Hotel, Washington D.C. Offers June Pride Special”
This is definitely a first, as far as we know. And it gives you yet another reason to visit DC, in the era of a pro-LGBT oriented president. Two original documents of major historical significance to the movement for lesbian and gay civil equality in the United States are now on public display in theContinue reading “LIBRARY OF CONGRESS DISPLAYS HISTORIC LGBT DOCUMENTS”