Astoria, Oregon, with its beautiful rolling hill, sandy beaches and picturesque Victorian architecture—it is not just a weekend destination like any other—it’s a town filled with American history and home to a flourishing LGBTQ lifestyle.
Uruguay is a small country—about the size of Missouri—bordered by Brazil, Argentina and the Atlantic Ocean. This hidden gem may not be as prominent on your radar as its neighbors, but it’s ripe for discovery.
Throughout the country, college and university towns have become ideal hubs for travel destinations, because they are progressive in nature: places where people come together to explore and share ideas. Welcome to Bloomington, a small town with a bold history, and where the University of Indiana (IU) is home to a long-standing LGBTQ community.
Glamping gives new meaning to a “Room with a View.” All the experience of nature in luxury and leisure, with bucolic surroundings to reinvigorate your mind, body and spirit. If your bucket list involves a “Brokeback Mountain” fantasy, here’s your opportunity.
Every March, Vermonters crowd into their town halls to make decisions about their communities. Without concern for race, creed, religion, education level or sexual orientation, each person is given the opportunity to stand up and have his or her voice heard.
We all know those iconic Vermont images like covered bridges, maple syrup and world-class skiing, but what about sophisticated resorts for primping, pampering and eating your way to complete relaxation?
Newport, Vermont is going through quite a renaissance. What was once a sleepy town on the Quebec border is quickly becoming a boomtown, thanks to nearby Jay Peak Resort and an unprecedented investment of money from both the public and private sectors.
Vermont is beautiful every season of the year. The summer, however, is exceptional. The trees in the mountains are so thick that they seem soft to the touch and vegetation literally blooms everywhere it can.