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San Francisco lures Out Traveler editor in chief west


As the editor in chief of The Out Traveler, a big part of my job consists of, well, traveling. (Not to rub it in, but I'm living out my lifelong dream of traveling and telling people about my trips.)

This week I have to visit San Francisco, where our parent company, PlanetOut Inc. is located. I'm staying at two hotels that have been eager to show off their properties to me, the Huntington Hotel and the Diva. In addition, I'm going to check out the spa at the former. I have two dinners lined up, one at Rubicon on Thursday night and the other at supperclub on Friday night.

I'll have updates on these lodging and dining establishment later in the week, so be sure to check back.

Above image: Intersection of Market St and Castro St.


As the editor in chief of The Out Traveler, a big part of my job consists of, well, traveling. (Not to rub it in, but I'm living out my lifelong dream of traveling and telling people about my trips.)

This week I have to visit San Francisco, where our parent company, PlanetOut Inc. is located. I'm staying at two hotels that have been eager to show off their properties to me, the Huntington Hotel and the Diva. In addition, I'm going to check out the spa at the former. I have two dinners lined up, one at Rubicon on Thursday night and the other at supperclub on Friday night.

I'll have updates on these lodging and dining establishment later in the week, so be sure to check back.

Above image: Intersection of Market St and Castro St.


As the editor in chief of The Out Traveler, a big part of my job consists of, well, traveling. (Not to rub it in, but I'm living out my lifelong dream of traveling and telling people about my trips.)

This week I have to visit San Francisco, where our parent company, PlanetOut Inc. is located. I'm staying at two hotels that have been eager to show off their properties to me, the Huntington Hotel and the Diva. In addition, I'm going to check out the spa at the former. I have two dinners lined up, one at Rubicon on Thursday night and the other at supperclub on Friday night.

I'll have updates on these lodging and dining establishment later in the week, so be sure to check back.

Above image: Intersection of Market St and Castro St.

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