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Guide:A walkable city of cafés, shops and Champagne houses, Reims (roughly pronounced RAN-ce), is the most logical base to explore the Champagne region.
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Manchester is a city known for its musical talent (The Smiths, The 1975, Oasis), it’s “radical literary history” (according to UNESCO), and its wide array of sporting triumphs (Manchester United soccer team), but it is also the perfect vacation spot...
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Madrid is perhaps not as well known of a gay destination as its Catalan sister in the northeast, Barcelona. However, Madrid is a bigger city with more offerings from a nightlife perspective and many LGBT oriented events throughout the year. Madrid is...
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In a city that has no last call, it’s critical to balance booze with food. To that end, here’s a list that offers diverse menus and food styles scattered throughout the city. All of these these places feed as late as 11 p.m., sometimes into the wee-...
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When the traffic, humidity, daily rainstorms, and shady people start getting you down about Miami life, sometimes you’ve gotta experience it like a tourist. You gotta get up above the fracas and look out over the gorgeous beaches and impressive skyli...
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This winter we partnered with My Helsinki and spent a week exploring Helsinki’s restaurant, design, sauna, and LGBTQ scene. Believe it or not, I had never been to Europe before landing in Helsinki. So when we were contacted by My Helsinki I was sup...
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