Meet ManAboutWorld at the Travel & Adventure Show in Washington, DC, Jan. 14-15

6 01 2017

ManAboutWorld will be at the Adventure & Travel Show in Washington, DC, Jan 14-15 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.

ManAboutWorld will be at the Adventure & Travel Show in Washington, DC, Jan 14-15LGBT TRAVEL PANEL SAT 3:30PM ET

Be sure to come by the LGBT panel on Saturday at 3:30pm moderated by Ed with Rob, Zach, travel journalist and author Jeff Guaracino and local media and TV personality, Troy Petenbrink, the Gay Traveler.

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Get $4 off the entrance ticket by clicking on this link and using the promotional code MANABOUTWORLD. Follow Travel & Adventure on FB.

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Meantime in Vatican City (While the Pope’s Away…)

23 09 2015
Swiss Guard at Vatican City, the Pope's U.S. visit, ManAboutWorld gay travel magazine

Swiss Guard at Vatican City

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. It’s home to the pope and a countless treasures of iconic art and architecture.

A visit to Rome is not complete without a visit to the pope’s hometown, Vatican City and particular the Vatican Museums. We engaged in a a self-guided tour but you can also take a gay-oriented tour of the Vatican by our friends at the gay tour operator Quiiky. They point out some of the most LGBT-oriented art hidden in plain site.

Here are a few photos from our trip.

WIth that, it’s time to get back to your TV (or via a livestream like this at CNNGo) and watch the Pope’s arrival in Washington, D.C and travels to NYC and Philadelpia.

Entrance to the Sistine Chapel at the Vatican, the Pope's U.S. visit, ManAboutWorld gay travel magazine

Entrance to the Sistine Chapel. No pictures allowed inside

 

Door detail at the Vatican, the Pope's U.S. visit, ManAboutWorld gay travel magazine

Detail from a door at the Vatican

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15 Best Places To Go In 2015: Washington DC…Because it’s the 150th anniversary of Lincoln’s assassination.

14 01 2015

washington dc1WASHINGTON, 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, the natural wonder of the city converges with its bloody past, when the city’s annual Cherry Blossom Festival and the 150th anniversary of Lincoln’s assassination align for special events, exhibits and the best natural show in town. The festival runs March 21-April 12, and is among the best for glorious cherry blossoms.

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ManAboutWorld’s 15 Gay Places To Go In 2015

30 12 2014

15We 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 surprising destinations for the next twelve months. In the current issue, we’ll introduce you to the people, places and things you should know before booking any of them. Are you going? Have you been? Can you match the photos to the list of 15 gay places to go?

WASHINGTON, DC
LONDON
NEW ORLEANS
MILAN
ZERMATT
NAMIBIA
MYKONOS
ISTANBUL
PUGLIA
TAIPEI
BUENOS AIRES
LIMA
ALASKA
ST. AUGUSTINE, FL
PALM SPRINGS

Continue to the full post to see the matches, and learn one good reason (among many) why each place is on our list of 15 gay places to go in 2015. Read the rest of this entry »





Normandy Hotel, Washington D.C. Offers June Pride Special

30 05 2012

Normandy Hotel, lobby

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 Superior Room [double occupancy]
    • Gay Traveling Book
    • Rainbow Sweatband
    • Rainbow Bracelet

The ‘fine print’:

  • Make your reservation by calling 1.855.533.6953 and mention code “PRIDE.”  
  • Reservations are required and subject to availability and based on double occupancy.
  • Package is available Thursdays-Sundays May 31—June 30, 2012.
  • This special may not be used with any other discounts or specials. This prepaid nonrefundable rate is includes tax and excludes gratuity.]

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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS DISPLAYS HISTORIC LGBT DOCUMENTS

13 06 2011

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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 the Thomas Jefferson Building of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.

Gay civil rights pioneer Frank Kameny’s Petition to the U.S. Supreme Court (1961), and a letter to The Mattachine Society of Washington, D.C. (1966) from U.S. Civil Service Chairman John W. Macy, Jr., have been added to the Library’s popular exhibition on the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, “Creating the United States.” “Creating the United States” has been seen by more than 1.5 million people since it was first opened in 2008, and according to the Library, the exhibition “demonstrates that the Declaration, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights are living instruments that are central to the evolution of the United States.”  The exhibit will be there through October 2011.For more information, visit: the website of the Kameny Papers.Originally published in GPS.OutTraveler.com.








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