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Wayne

Gqeberha, South Africa
3 reviews
7 months ago

/ Miami

Loved the sandwiches and as we stayed in 14 Avenue, it was just past our Hotel
Wayne

Gqeberha, South Africa
3 reviews
7 months ago

/ Miami

Loved the atmosphere and good homely cooking
Leah Myers

Dallas, United States
1 review
9 months ago

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Been to women's fest here several times and it's always been a blast. Tent camping, shelters, cabins, rv hooks. If you get a chance to go, you should experience it at least once. I promise zero regrets!
Tyr

Sebastopol, United States
5 reviews
1 useful review
11 months ago

/ Sitges

In what gay world does a gay hotel not allow a guest to have a visitor to his room --- at any time. It was like a convent. Decent breakfast though and centrally located.
Margaret Steinbrunn

Eugene, United States
3 reviews
1 year ago

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As must experience for anyone who enjoys the outdoors.....
Margaret Steinbrunn

Eugene, United States
3 reviews
1 year ago

/ San Diego

Growing up in San Diego Balboa Park is a go too for any visitor. It has it all, Culture, The Zoo, great food, lots to discover. Plan well or go on an adventure for 2 or 3 days. There is something for everyone. It is very LGBQ Friendly....
BosGuy

Boston, United States
20 reviews
1 year ago

/ Provincetown

Don't know what to do but you love to people watch? Make time to stroll up and down Commercial Street. The best time (in my opinion) to do this is when people are heading to the Boatslip Tea Dance or just as it is ending - the people watching is amazing. You can also find a favorite perch to watch the ...
BosGuy

Boston, United States
20 reviews
1 year ago

/ Provincetown

Absolutely one of my favorite things to do is rent a bike and ride along the trails. Depending on how crowded Ptown is when you are there you can feel like you're completely alone. While I wouldn't consider this a cruisy place in Ptown, I'm not the first person to enjoy riding the trails, have sex and ...
BosGuy

Boston, United States
20 reviews
1 year ago

/ Provincetown

Race Point is another beach in Provincetown that has lots of parking. Located on the other side of Route 6 (near the Ptown airport) you can get there by car or (my preferred mode) bike. There also happen to be amazing bike paths that run along this beach. Just a heads up that in recent years this is the ...
BosGuy

Boston, United States
20 reviews
1 year ago

/ Provincetown

This is my favorite beach despite all the pebbles and rocks, because of the views and how few people come out this way. The only caveat is it can be very windy because you're so exposed. I like to rent a kayak to get out to this beach then after kayak over to the Red Inn for a cold beer and oysters but ...

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