Welcome to Gay Travel Today! I’m Teraj and I’ll be your guide as we explore, engage and indulge in the world of LGBTQ+ travel today.
For local travel within the U.S., a destination full of personality, views and a thriving LGBTQ+ scene is the Boston Seaport in Massachusetts. The seafood is unparalleled with gourmet restaurants, like Row 34, Sportello and Outlook Kitchen that show off the delicious flavor portfolios of the city. Outlook Kitchen is actually owned by Tatiana Rosana who fuses her and her wife’s Cuban and Korean heritage into her dishes. Boston Seaport is also filled with cozy coffee shops and cafes that can offer up a nice, slow morning like Tatte. Pastries and local tea and coffee brews, anyone? If you’re looking for something even more relaxing, check out the spa at the InterContinental Boston. Once museums are open, hit up the stunning Institute of Contemporary Art that features galleries with some of the most renowned names in modern art. But if you’re looking to expand your wardrobe and accessories, hit up the local, independent artisan shops selling locally-made blankets, clothing, candles and confectioneries. Have you ever been to Boston’s Seaport? Share a picture with us by using the #GayTravelToday and #Sagitravel hashtags.
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