Between its legacies of barbeque and rock ’n’ roll, one could argue that Memphis is a great city for engaging all the senses. But it’s the olfactory appeal of Blues City that inspires newlyweds to breathe in a unique destination -- wedding or honeymoon.
It’s a city famous for sports, education, history (including a storied LGBT past) and tea -- but restaurants? Boston has proven in recent years that its gastronomic delights can heartily compete with fellow fine-dining capitals from around the world.
Delta Air Lines is overhauling its Sky Miles frequent flyer program and members will start earning miles based on ticket prices, not how far they go.
Few cities can boast the refreshing comfort of sunny California like Palm Springs. With built-in romance thanks to its swaying palm trees, blue skies and warm breezes, the appeal becomes only more enticing knowing that the city is LGBT-friendly.
Travelers take note: The economics of earning free airline flights are changing. Delta Air Lines Inc. said this week that starting Jan. 1, it will reward passengers for the amount they spend on tickets, not the number of miles they fly.
Here’s the lowdown on the eleven dance parties at the Winter Party Festival, all happening in honor of great LGBT causes, so you know where to go and what to expect.
It’s not that Miami isn’t ready for something like this, it’s that the community sorely needs it: Hotel Gaythering is just emerging on the South Beach scene.
Efforts to turn the seaside village of Loreto into a major destination have been going on for years. So far, though, the results have been limited, and that in itself makes it worth visiting.
It looks like the government is more conflicted about cellphones on planes than most travelers. Even as one federal agency considers allowing the calls, another now wants to make sure that doesn’t happen.
EDGE heads to the New York Times Travel Show. Join travel editor Matthew Wexler for tips on your next LGBT getaway.