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Six Gay Cruises Leaving Florida This Winter

By Mike Halterman | Jan 25
Florida already feels like paradise in the wintertime, so the only way you can add on to perfection during these beautiful months is to take a cruise and visit the Caribbean!

Lesbian Surf Camp in Brazil

By EDGE | Jan 23
Brazil Ecojourneys invites women to catch some of the sweetest waves in the country, during South America's first-ever lesbian surf camp May 9-16, 2015.

Cheaper Jet Fuel Shows No Signs of Lower Airfares

By David Koenig | Jan 21
Airlines will save billions this year thanks to cheaper jet fuel, but they aren't likely to share the bounty with passengers - not while so many flights are already full.

NYC Debates: Does Airbnb Help or Hurt Affordable Housing?

By Jennifer Peltz | Jan 21
They cater to travelers, but Airbnb and other short-term rental sites are sparking debate over an issue few tourists are likely to unpack: affordable housing.

Christina Perri to Headline Club Skirts Dinah Shore

By Winnie McCroy | Jan 21
Pop music's queen of romance, Christina Perri is slated to headline Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend's 25th Anniversary, April 1-5, as part of their legacy of all-star lineups.

Tourist Numbers in Paris Drop Following Terrorist Attacks

By Thomas Adamson | Jan 20
Since last week's terrorist attacks that left 17 victims and three gunmen dead, the swarms of sightseers have thinned at the Eiffel Tower, baring the dull concrete of the giant plaza.

"Czech Capital of Beer" Becomes European Capital of Culture

Jan 19
Plzen - known as the Czech capital of beer - has been officially inaugurated the European Capital of Culture for 2015.

10 Great Places to Get Married in Florida!

By Mike Halterman | Jan 18
Florida's "commitment ceremony" business was booming for years, and now it's going to become a full-fledged wedding industry. How beautiful is that?

A Chinatown 3-Way in New York City

By Beth J. Harpaz | Jan 16
Chinatown has long been a popular destination for tourists in Lower Manhattan. But visitors willing to explore the city's outer boroughs might consider a subway ride to neighborhoods in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, or Flushing, Queens.

Tough Mudder Gets Tougher: Tear Gas

By Chris Lehourites | Jan 15
For many, just the thought of running 12 miles over mounds of mud and through pools of ice water is enough to make them cry. Now comes something that will really make them weep.

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