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The Ultimate Queer Weekend in NYC 3 Day Itinerary by Meg Cale | May 16, 2019 | New York, North America, United States | 0 CommentsI’ve talked at length about my unique situation growing up poor, I wasn’t born in NY but I lived there longer than any other place in my life. I consider myself a New Yorker not just by zip code but by personality. I wasn’t born in New York but I found myself there. I... LGBT Friendly Hotel Review: Hotel Elysée New York City by Meg Cale | Feb 19, 2017 | Budget Travel, Hotels, New York, Travel, United States | 0 CommentsTRAVEL & LGBT LGBT Friendly Hotel Review: Hotel Elysée New York City Meg Cale Last month, Lindsay and I took a trip home to New York City for our friends’ wedding in Brooklyn. Usually when we’re in town we stay at our friends’ apartments but I was excited to use... GIVEAWAY: NYC Pride Nightlife Prize Pack With DJ Whitney Day by Meg Cale | May 23, 2016 | Entertainment, Lesbian Travel Guide, LGBTQ Getaway, New York, Travel, United States | 0 CommentsNYC PRIDE NIGHTLIFE PRIZE PACK   WHITNEY DAY PRESENTS: WE ARE BROOKLYN PRIDE @ HOUSE OF YES Saturday, June 11th // 10pm-4am WE ARE BK PRIDE is a Mega, All-Inclusive Dance Party for Queer Girls, our Trans fam & ALL LGBTQA friends.  This...

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Lesbian Travel Guide New York City

Lesbian Travel Guide New York City New York is a giant city with numerous neighborhoods filled with different people, cultures, and experiences. It’s not like anywhere else in the United Stats. You could stay for a year and never see all the city has to offer. According to the National Restaurant Association, there are just under 46,000 restaurants in New York – Even if you ate out 3 meals a day for a year you couldn’t hit them all. It’d take you roughly 45 years to hit every eatery the city has to offer- and that’s just restaurants. Imagine...

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LGBT Friendly Hotel Review: Hotel Elysée New York City

TRAVEL & LGBT LGBT Friendly Hotel Review: Hotel Elysée New York City Meg Cale Last month, Lindsay and I took a trip home to New York City for our friends’ wedding in Brooklyn. Usually when we’re in town we stay at our friends’ apartments but I was excited to use this opportunity to check out Hotel Elysée from the Library Hotel Collection. Tons of other bloggers I know and respect have visited the property. They described it as having the vibes of a “romantic country inn” and having a “timeless vibe” with “an Old New York Brat Pack” style ambiance....

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Le Diner en Blanc; a New York City Tradition

Do you ever look at pictures of a vacation spot or a party and you think, “man I would give anything to be there!” Well folks…this is that moment in my life.  Something I have had my eye on for years – “Diner en Blanc.” This year was our lucky year!  One of my friends is a volunteer and had extra invitations.  Now, I should also state that you can ONLY go if you are a member, and you can only be a member if you have gone before, AND you can only go if you are invited by...

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4 Ways to Get Around in New York City

Visiting NYC can be daunting for folks who aren’t used to using public transportation. Luckily I have a cheat sheet for you guys right here. Cabs Taking a cab in NYC is very convenient if you are traveling in a small a group. While cabs can be expensive they will drop you off exactly where you ask to go and they are accessible from almost any corner in Manhattan. For more information on taking cabs in NYC check out 10 Tips for Getting a Cab Like a Boss. Subway & Bus NYC’s subway system is very regular and very consistent....

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