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People travel for myriad reasons: to see new places, to conduct business, to escape wacky family members. More often than not, people venture out into the world for a respite from their everyday lives. A break from the daily grind is always welcome, and most vacationers are happy to escape to a realm of peace and tranquility.
Of course, in today’s tech landscape, where many of us have our smartphones fused to the palms of our hands, that can be nigh impossible. Even in the most remote corners of the Earth, you can still hear the faint buzzes, bells, and whistles of your or your neighbors’ electronic devices. We’re all guilty of giving in to technology in times when we should log off – checking our work email on vacation, or wondering which Instagram filter will get your sweet landscape photo the most likes. For those of us who need the internet pried from our cold, dead fingers, some hotels are taking a more forceful route.
Politics are heatin’ up, making it prime time to school yourself at the source with a visit to our nation’s capital – and not just because Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend is here. With its bevy of (mostly free) museums, a burgeoning food and cocktail scene, and nightlife that doesn’t suck, it’s no surprise The Advocate named Washington, D.C., as America’s 16th Gayest City in which to live, and that it placed amongst the 20 Gayest Cities to visit, as reported by OutTraveler.com. One more reason: Renaissance Hotels just joined the same-sex love fest with its Out in DC package.
Available at four key properties from now through the end of the year, the package is set to encourage guests to “come out and play” in DC’s many vibrant neighborhoods. Partnerships with Navigaytour and Blade magazine offer convenience, inclusiveness, as well as tailored amenities for a unique experience. Read more
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