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In & Out: Lisbon

Getting friendly in Portugal

By Jimmy Im

Travel columnist Jimmy Im recently spent 48 hours in Lisbon sampling local delicacies, soaking up the city's revved up nightlife and getty cozy with some of the Portuguese capital's friendliest citizens. From where to sleep to where to party, Jimmy scopes out the best that Lisbon has to offer... so you don't have to. ...more

August 29, 2008

 

Exploring Gay Dublin

The very best of the Irish capital

By Ed Walsh

A once unfriendly place for gay and lesbian travelers, Dublin has in recent years undergone a rainbow of changes. From its monuments to Oscar Wilde and swirl of new gay nightspots to its expansive parks and gay owned B&B's, there's something gay in the air in Dublin and I'm not talking shamrocks either. ...more

July 04, 2008

 

Las Fallas of Valencia

Explosions to the left and to the right every 5 seconds, all colours of the rainbow on the dresses of the locals jumping in frenzy to traditional music, millions of people with no sleep for 4 days and giant 15-20 metre caricature effigies grinning at you at every crossroad, many with hard-punching satire and even sexually explicit scenes. This is Disneyland purchased by the Lord of the Underworld, this is Fear and Loathing in Valencia – Las Fallas. ...more

August 1, 2007

 

Valencia – The City That Has It All

Western Europe is such an ultimate travel destination that anything worth seeing has already been triple-packed. It is practically impossible to find a place that has major attractions yet has retained its innocence. And, out of all countries, Spain – the place where annual tourist head count overtakes that of its residents – is a very unlikely candidate for such location. ...more

July 26, 2007

 

The Crimean Peace

Tatar palaces, Turkish fortresses, magic stalactite caves, lush sub-tropical mountains, miles and miles of beaches, mellow coastal climate… Sounds like Russia? Known only perhaps for its 19-th century war with the English, Crimea remains largely unknown to the traveller. Yet there can’t be that many places on the planet that are so multi-dimensional it makes your head spin. ...more

July 25, 2007

 

The City of Arts and Sciences – Travel to 23rd Century

Sporting an entire paradigm shift in travel, inviting you to the future, not the past, the City of Arts and Sciences of Valencia should really have been selected as one of the New Wonders of the World. ...more

June 21, 2007

 

 

 

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