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45 Unexpected Things To Do in Paris

This isn’t your typical list of things to see in Paris. Sure, the Louvre is great. And the food is great. But there’s a lot more to the world’s most touristic city than its tourist sites. Here: a guide to what’s special and unexpected in Paris.

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Who is Adam?

Travels of Adam - BlogI’ve worked as a bookseller, graphic designer, publisher, marketer, and writer. I’ve lived in Berlin, Tel Aviv, London, Sydney, Boston, and Dallas—but it was a 15-month trip around the world which brought it all together into this blog. Since early 2018, I live in New York City.

On my travel blog, you’ll find gay stories, nightlife tips, photos, and all-too-personal essays from my adventures around the world. Read how Iceland changed my life and set me on a path as a professional travel blogger.

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Where's he going?

 

Gay Trips 209 – Queer Prides, Festivals I’ll be at…
• Phoenix Pride, April 6
• NYC World Pride, June 24
Paris Gay Games, August 4-12
• Montreal Pride, August 19

Tweet me @travelsofadam and send me some recommendations of where else to visit in 2018!

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LGBTQ Brooklyn – A Gay Guy’s Weekend Guide to Brooklyn

The cool, hip Brooklyn borough of NYC is also one of the most queer places in NYC with something for everyone—no matter where you fit on the LGBTQ spectrum. Check out this guide to the best of LGBT Brooklyn bars, clubs, restaurants, and hotels

An Honest Review of Gay Dating Apps

An Honest Review of Gay Dating Apps

To help you avoid some of the many dating mistakes I’ve made as a gay man, here’s an honest list of all the various gay dating & hookup apps that I’ve used – my personal experience and reviews of the best (and worst) gay apps.

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Traveling I-95 on a Road Trip from NYC to Miami

The I-95 highway route from New England and NYC all the way down to Miami might seem long and daunting, but it’s a surprisingly easy route with some great places to stop along the way. Below are some highlights from the popular East Coast road trip thousands make each year.

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