...But then I realized that a work of Hollywood fiction based on a short story from The New Yorker about a mountain range that doesn't even exist and a decades-long gay romance was probably not offering the most accurate portrayal of my destination. Wyoming has always been just off the travel radar - at least the gay travel radar - unless, as I found out, you're into stunning landscapes, crisp, clean air and some of the best skiing in the world.
French Polynesia may not seem like your typical vacation spot, but it has some of the best hotels in the world, insanely gorgeous waters and a wide range of activities to occupy your time when you’re not sipping from a coconut. And paradise isn’t as far as most would imagine—just eight hours from Los Angeles.
There’s an element of mystery to all the castles and beauty of their individual stories. Royal families and the elite would live within an outrageously extravagant confinement of castle walls, while commoners would only dream of what was beyond the fortifications that kept them out.
The sparsely populated town of Bradley, California with a whopping 120 residents put today on hold for ALC and devoted themselves to raising money for their school system and, most importantly, extracurricular activities for the students.