February 20th is not just a Monday that you can recover from a Sunday fun day without co-workers asking for reports or help on projects, it’s the one day that you can honor the top job in America and the 44 men that held the office until now that actually made America great.
Most cities know that you most likely have the day off, so the gayborhoods are filling the weekend with fun activities to make sure that we can have our fun despite nightmarish politics. Check some of these out:
This city without a state contains much of the country’s treasures. It’s a perfect place to honor our past presidents — walk where they walked, see what they saw, go to the gay bars they went to.
D.C. is not about the scene, so the fun you have at night should only supplement your daytime adventures. Every place holds its own significance; seek out the ones that mean the most to you.
Next week is Valentine’s Day and, if you haven’t even begun to think about what gift to get your honey to show your affection, take it from us that plane tickets trump flowers or chocolates any day. With that, just any old city won’t do to make the holiday a memorable getaway, so picking the perfect romantic destination is key.
From lovey-dovey beach weekends to a high-style cities, the United States offers up some perfect locations to be shot by Cupid’s arrow. Put your passport away for once, as we’ve compiled the most romantic locations around the country to spend this V-Day with your loved one.
National Plan for Vacation Day is here!
Never heard of it? That’s ok. It’s new.
In case you’re wondering, it’s effort from US Travel Association and their Project: Time Off campaign. They are aiming to shift American attitudes so that taking time off is understood as essential to personal well-being, professional success, business performance, and economic expansion. And we fully support this idea!
If I were a betting man — and I am, especially for those penny slots in the Vegas airport — I’d venture to say that 2017 will be a year when we need a lot of vacations on the calendar. You’ll need to unwind, reconnect and let loose. Here’s what to do and where to go.
Whether we like it or not, this Friday afternoon our nation will have a new president. Trump’s inauguration will not only change the residents of the White House but also begin a new era of Congress making decisions for us. One decision they cannot take away is your freedom to getaway. So, instead of watching the inauguration, plan yourself a vacation.
Here is our list of places to bury your head in the sand if this last political season has left you a little discouraged and you just can’t bear to look anywhere near Washington D.C.
We know you might be feeling cabin fever right about now — the holidays are over and there is not too much to plan. Well, except a thaw that might come months from now.
According to Merriam-Webster, cabin fever is an “extreme irritability and restlessness from living in isolation or a confined indoor area for a prolonged time.” While this might sound dramatic, it does affect a lot of the population. Some symptoms of cabin fever include unhappiness, restlessness, and discomfort but are not limited to those only.
Our cure: take a travel pill to combat these feelings. Read more on how to prevent cabin fever.
There’s only a few hours until we bid fond adieu to 2016 and ring in a brand new year. This can really only mean one thing for the day after NYE: a good amount of people will have some killer hangovers and, if staying in your hometown with a dose of ‘hair-of-the-dog’ isn’t your style, we have the list for you irrespective of your location on this planet.
Winter is here and that means liquids become solids, snow falls from the sky, and many attach blades to their feet to try out their very own triple salchow. While we can only suggest leaving the jumps and tricks to the pros, you can still try your hand (well, feet) at ice skating this holiday season.
We have curated our favorite rinks that are worth a look. Most of these rinks are open well past the holidays so there is no immediate rush, but remember, ice does eventually melt.