USA: As nature lovers and an adventurous gay couple ourselves, it was our quest for this USA trip to seek and experience Portland’s most beautiful natural highlights – and to share them with you.
USA: Eco-friendliness, microbreweries, and cafés? Located on the Columbia and Willamette Rivers in the shadow of snow-capped Mount Hood, we didn’t have to leave the city to experience the nature of the Pacific Northwest region.
AMSTERDAM: First we won the Lonely Planet Best in Travel LGBTIQ+ Storyteller Award. Then we wrote our first book, “Couple of Men – A Male Couple Travels the World.” And now we’re going to be on German TV, in a twelve-minute insider episode about our favorite city, Amsterdam.
USA: Arriving in Rhinebeck, it was all about indulgence, from the traditional and luxury accommodations we were staying in, the spa day we enjoyed in between, and quite a few delicious culinary moments in the region around Rhinebeck.
GERMANY: The first LGBTQ+ Travel Book Couple of Men – Ein Männerpaar reist um die Welt, giving insights into our lives as gay men, as a couple, and queer LGBTQ+ communities
USA: From Beacon to the Heart of Dutchess County, NY: Gay Poughkeepsie Travel Journal about our second stop in the Hudson River Valley.
USA: New York doesn’t end with New York City’s borders. We traveled north to the heart of New York State, the Mid-Hudson Valley region, to Dutchess County.
ORLANDO: Four main neighborhoods and its new rides: A Gay Couple in EPCOT showing you their highlights of Walt Disney’s homage to the 1964 World Fair.
ORLANDO: We stayed at the LGBTQ+ friendly Review Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Orlando, Florida, a premier resort hotel to Universal Studios Florida™, located close to the Universal CityWalk Orlando.
WORLDWIDE: Need inspiration on where to travel next? Or you’re not sure which places are suitable for travelers from the LGBTQ+ community? LGBTQ+ travel books help lesbian, gay, trans, and queer travelers find inspiration and direction for planning their gaycation.