February 2004 | Essentials Listings | Outtraveler

February 2004 | Essentials Listings

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Planning travel to Edinburgh or elsewhere in Scotland? Check out ScotsGay
and Britain
Inside & Out.

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Out in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is rediscovering its hedonistic ways. If you want to be
in-the-know when traveling to Sin City, visit the Las
Vegas Bugle
newspaper's site. Other resources can be found at GayVegas.com
and Vegas.com.

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Breathtaking Brazil

This Portuguese-speaking nation in South America truly does have sights to marvel
at. Review the country's background
and history.

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Schmooze Cruise

Would you like to go on your own Atlantis
cruise or other vacation? Find your favorite place among the upcoming
travels that are set.

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Costa Rica

Have a great time in this Central American locale--just like Chad Allen and
his friends. Here are sites that writer Jeremy Blacklow mentioned in his article
in The Out Traveler.

Accommodations In Tamarindo

? El Diria Hotel Capitan

? Best Western

In Milpai

? Hotel Milarepa

In Montezuma

? Hotel Milarepa

In Manuel Antonio

? Si Como No

? La Mariposa

? Makanda by the Sea

? Hotel Costa Verde

? Villas Nicolas

Casitas Eclipse

In San Jose

? Hotel

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Key West, Our Fantasy Island

The Official Tourism
Council of the Florida Keys and Key West
know all about how to make your
trip the best possible when you want to head to the southernmost spot in the
United States.

Columns and Departments

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State of Our Unions

Massachusetts might just be the most gay-friendly state in the nation
now. Enjoy these activities and welcoming businesses.

? Bay State Cruise Co.

? Boston Harbor

? Cape Air

? Crown Pointe Historic

? Brass Key Guesthouse

? Land's End Inn

? Atlantic Bay Real Estate

? Ptown Bikes

? Boatslip

? West End Salon

? Front Street

? Red Inn

? Atlantic House

? Northampton, Mass., Traveler

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Let's Rock

Heading to the Bahamas? Do not forget to visit the Rock


The Homomonument
memorial is a must-see spot in Amsterdam.

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Lounging Laos

In Laos and feeling the need to nibble? Visit the gay-owned l'Elephant
Restaurant Francais.

Rangers to the Rescue

Heading toward Yellowstone for some outdoorsy fun? You might consider staying
at the gay-owned (by former Yellowstone park rangers) Lehrkind
Mansion Bed and Breakfast
in nearby Bozeman, Mont.

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The Maine Event

Four extraordinary lesbians begin their fabulous fifth season at their opera
house in Stonington, Maine. Find out more on their endeavor at Opera
House Arts
and on the area at the Deer
Isle Chamber of Commerce

Getting Blue

is a lebian cafe/activist center on Manhattan's trendy lower
east side.

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Site Seeing

? The Bloomberg
Currency Calculator
can give you exchange rates on more than 200 currencies.

? The U.S.
State Department Travel Warnings
for American citizens lets you know what
is still safe travel in the world.

? The Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention
keeps up-to-date on worldwide health issues for U.S.

Swiss Please

Stop by self-proclaimed "Europe's oldest standing gay bar," Barfusser,
to wet you whistle while in Zurich. Customs

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For a hike across the harbor bridge in Sydney, Bridge Climb tours
are held daily at 15-minute intervals. Try a sunrise or sunset walk if the weather
is good. Be sure to book in advance by calling 61-2-9240-1120 or visit the Bridge

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Travel Queeries

? If you need to house-swap for a distant getaway, contact one of these businesses.
Gay agencies: Mi Casa, Su
At Home
Around the World;
World, One Family.
General agencies: Intervac
International Home Exchange Network,

? Visit the El Capitan
"luxury campground" for a stay-clean visit to the outdoors.

? Stay at the Black Bear
at Lake Tahoe for a gay-friendly respite.

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