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Blu Q

Captain Steve and his crew on the Blu Q catamaran offer a variety of clothing-optional snorkeling, kayaking and sunset cruises that bring passengers to coral reefs, sand bars and other…

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Key West Cemetery

Where better to discover the history of fascinating Key West than in the final resting place of its many notable figures? Many of the words on the headstones have a…

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The Boston Harbor

This stretch of the coastline is quite lovely and certainly full of history. You can check out the Boston Tea Party site and help toss the tea overboard, or just…

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Fenway Park

A must for baseball fans. Also conveniently located near the ballpark is the city’s most popular cruising area, as well as the gay nightlife on Lansdowne and Boylston Streets.

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The Silverball Museum

More than 200 classic pinball machines from the 1930s to the 1980s are not only on display, but ready to play for any eager visitor! Rediscover the incredible excitement those…

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Stephen Crane House

One of America’s greatest authors, Stephen Crane (The Red Badge of Courage), grew up in Asbury Park and wrote many of his first works there. His childhood home has now…

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Gunnison Beach (Sandy Hook)

If you’re ready to lose your inhibitions and tan au naturel — get nekid at New Jersey’s only clothing-optional beach. Located roughly 45-minutes north of Asbury Park, the beach also…

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Palm Springs Aerial Tramway

Up for a hike? You can take the tramway to San Jacinto Peak for hiking or a romantic picnic. As an added bonus for those who do not suffer from…

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Herring Cove Beach

“The beach” is about a 45-minute walk from town, through marshes and over dunes (if you don’t drive). The further west, the gayer it gets.

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