Berlin is super gay. Gayness is so well accepted in every aspect of society that you’ll find sprinkles of it everywhere. It also had the world’s first ever gay village – in Schöneberg, since the 1920s. The gay scene is now spread throughout the city with plenty to keep everyone happy. Most hotels are used to gay couples and … Continued

5 Places Around The Globe Where You Need a Guide By Peter Jones Although nowadays it is getting more and more popular to travel alone, a few stunning corners of this world are a very hard task for single travelers or tourists. Travel Ticker today shares a list of 5 places around the globe where even … Continued

The Twin Cities in Minnesota will always be referred to as home. However, when I moved out of state 6 years ago; the culinary scene was amateur, which is putting it nicely. As the job market has progressively become better each year, people have flocked to the area, especially since the cost of living remains … Continued

Without question, the Mediterranean boasts the world’s dreamiest landscapes, most enchanting vistas and spectacular architecture, all heavily saturated in culture. You might feel a little overwhelmed by the sheer number of potential treasures demanding your attention, but know it is impossible to be disappointed in your travels. Mediterranean cruises are highly recommended as a means … Continued

By Jennifer Cartwright The vibrant city of Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark and offers numerous interesting things to see and do. A Copenhagen city break is perfect for those who want to enjoy a charming destination that is unlike any other, especially during the autumn season. Here is a selection of what this exciting … Continued

TO STAY Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina The best part about the Marriott Marquis is the location. Our Executive Suite with grand balcony on the 13th floor faced straight to Coronado Island. We watched the boats in this San Diego Bay while we sipped champagne and marveled how even our toilet had a killer view. … Continued

As a kid, playing Oregon Trail was the closest I managed towards a visit. After 4 years of living in San Francisco and endless numbers of people recommending a trip to Portland; I caved in. Here are the reasons you’ll fall in love with this city and regularly make it a point to return. Several … Continued

by Judy Cuervo It began with a photo:  Three vibrant hot air balloons set against an aqua-colored sky.  Below, the vineyards of Napa Valley stretched like an emerald patchwork quilt, gently unfolding from the distant mountains. The dream of a flight with Napa Valley Balloons couldn’t have been better timed.  My Crystal Symphony cruise was … Continued

Manhattan Beach or “Westport” as us east coast transplants like to call it is a beachside community filled with gorgeous dreamy California mansion-style homes all nestled together hanging over the creamy sand with sparkly rolling waves. For those of us in central Los Angeles, Manhattan Beach offers an escape from the madness to a small … Continued

Some years ago I put together a book, Paths Less Traveled, for which I dispatched well-known authors to adventure destinations and asked them to write of their experience. Tom Robbins reported from Tanzania; Bobbie Ann Mason from New Zealand; Edward Hoagland from Yemen; Roy Blount, Jr. from the Amazon, and on. For the Galapagos I … Continued