Purple Roofs Gay Travel Newsletter 12/14/13

Author: , December 14th, 2013

Mark and ScottWelcome to the Purple Roofs gay travel newsletter.

Our articles section now has four parts – local news,
general interest, travel event news (including upcoming events and reviews and photos of past events), and finally sweepstakes and contests.

We’ve got lots of other great stuff for you this month, too – including a bunch of feature articles on Holiday Shopping in San Francisco, Montreal’s Gay Village, the Hidden Italy; and more.

And we’re featuring a number of other gay travel articles from around the world.

You’ll also find some great accommodation specials and discounts, tons of upcoming gay travel events, and much more.

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Our Featured Articles This Month:


Branson ElvisTRAVELING IN OUR FABULOUS GAY WORLD: Our Wonderful Traveling in 2013
by Don & Ray
Our first trip this year was a driving trip down to New Orleans or “NOLA” as it is called by travelers from all over the world. If you only visit there for the restaurants and bars you would be well pleased however there are so many other things to see and do in the city. They have their share of wonderful museums as well as historical and architectual places to visit. The French Quarters is where most people head to first. One of our favorite restaurants is STELLA, located at 1032 Chartres in the French Quarters. We had their Chef’s 7 course tasting dinner with wine pairing. You will need to take a minimum of two hours to enjoy this and it is worth every penny.
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Xmas_TreetOh Tannenbaum
by Robert Saldarini, Diversity Rules Magazine
Regardless if you celebrate Christmas or respectfully decline, few can dispute the glamor of the Christmas tree. In actuality, the tree predates Christianity and was an intimate part of winter festivals. Few know that celebrating Christmas was viewed as pagan and outlawed in the newly found settlement of Boston; whereby, a fine was levied if one made merry. Even after the Revolutionary War, Congress sat in session on the 25th of December. Time past and in 1870 America declared Christmas a National holiday. So, let’s look beyond the political correctness and religion of late December and instead admire the art of the Christmas tree.
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Montreal Le VillageCANADA, QUEBEC: Montreal’s Le Village
by Laura Brouillette
You know what Kinsey posited — we all have a percentage of gay in us. You may be 50-50, you may be 60-40. Hell, you might even be 98-2! But, he argued, all of us fall in a grey area. And what city knows this better than Montreal, one of the most gay-friendly places in the world. Whether you’re a native Montrealer, or from a small town, all agree that there’s no better place to get your heteroflexible on than in this bilingual metropolis. Full-fledged homo already? Perfect! You’ll feel right at home. And what better place to get your queer on than the Gay Village itself. Now I know this makes it sound like I’m encouraging everyone to hurry up and go make out in a Village cafe bathroom, but trust me, entrepreneurs caught on a long time ago…and bathroom doors are now locked.
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BolognaITALY: Finding the Hidden Italy
by Diego Donzella, My Hidden Italy
Even if Italy isn’t the most tolerant country regarding same-sex couples, due to the strong influence of the Vatican, it has grown to accept its gay and lesbian citizens, especially over the past few decades. Homosexuality has been legal here since 1889, and the age of consent is 16. It is of course forbidden to have sex in public, and even open displays of affection can be an issue with some officials. No law has been passed to recognize same-sex couples, but in some towns there are registered civil partnerships that give recognition, if no special rights, to gay couples couple. And yet, Italy remains a favorite romantic destination for gay men and lesbians.
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Castro Christmas TreeUSA, CALIFORNIA: San Francisco Shopping for the Holidays 2013
by Scott & Mark
San Francisco is always a great place to visit, but it’s especially magical during the Holiday Season. While there’s no snow, the Christmas decorations come out, it seems like there’s music on every corner, and holiday cheer abounds. We took our annual holiday shopping trip in The City last week, to head down to The City to see what this holiday season had to offer. The weather was cold (and wet the first night) this year – but after the rain passed on Friday, we had two beautiful, sunny days. You’ll find many of our favorites here – Union Square, Union Street, The Castro, The Embarcadero/Ferry Building, and Hayes Valley.
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We also scour the web to bring you all the gay travel news we can find. You can see these posts on a daily basis at http://www.purpleroofs.com/gay-travel-blog, or sign up for our RSS feed. Here are some of our favorites from the last month.

Local Stories:

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA:
Monday morning and we are back on the road. We head deep into the mountains. The area is breathtaking.
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CANADA, ONTARIO: Toronto to Host Pride House During Russian Olympics
Toronto is carrying on an Olympic tradition that had its beginnings in Vancouver, but has been outlawed for the Winter Games in Sochi.
Full Story

CHINA: The Great Wall of China in Winter
We all have seen what the Great Wall looks like when the weather is nice, especially in summer.
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FIJI: Five Free Things to Do in Fiji
With its white sand beaches, tropical climate and relaxed pace, Fiji has rightfully earned a reputation as a South Pacific paradise.
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FRANCE: Exploring Nice at Night
Dinner last night at Regence private Restaurant at Le Negresco Hotel in Nice, France was just outstanding.
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FRANCE: Exploring Nice in the Daylight
This is my third time in Nice, and this time I am only for 24 hours, invited by Le Negresco Hotel, on my way to my final destination for the next four days, Cannes.
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GERMANY: Berlin is a Must-Visit in 2014
Get ready for another one of those anniversaries that might make you feel really old. November 9, 2014 will mark the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
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GERMANY: Cologne, Germany – Cooler Than You Think
Before the weather turned too cold I took a short trip up to visit Cologne (that’s Köln) for the very first time. Having lived in Germany for a little while now (a long while, really), it seemed strange that I hadn’t yet visited.
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Baden-Baden’s Subtle But Exquisite Beauty
So I’ve been living in Germany for a decent amount of time now and yet the country is still surprising me.
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INDIA: What Does India’s Sodomy Law Ruling Mean for Gay Travelers?
A ruling of the Indian Supreme court in India could have widespread consequences also for the travel and tourism industry to India.
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ITALY: Visiting Venice’s Caffe Florian
A must stop and try caffe in Venice, right on Piazza San Marco.
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ITALY: Venice’s Rialto Bridge and Market
The Rialto Bridge is one of the four bridges along the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy.
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ITALY: Venice to Block Large Cruise Ships
The Italian government’s recent decision to limit the number of large ships entering Venice through scenic Giudecca Canal early next year – and eventually, prohibit them altogether – may come as a blow to some cruise passengers who have their hearts set on seeing this famous city.
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SLOVENIA: Visiting Ljubljana
The worst thing about Ljubljana is not having enough time to enjoy its buzzing nightlife.
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SPAIN: Is Madrid Trying to Shut Down Gay Pride?
Organizers of Madrid’s Gay Pride festival say the city is trying to financially “strangle” the event by imposing excessive fines that will shut it down if they continue.
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UK, ENGLAND: Why You Should Stay in East London
London is a big, big city and because of that, it can be overwhelming to decide where to stay.
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UK, ENGLAND: London From Above
You know how sometimes you’re just in the right place at the right time?
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UK, ENGLAND: UK Christian B&B Owners Lose Appeal to Supreme Court
The Christian guesthouse owners who banned a gay couple from sleeping in a double room has lost their Supreme Court appeal.
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UK, ENGLAND: 24 Hour Tube Service to Boost Gay London Nghtlife
London Underground has announced that in 2015 parts of the tube network will run 24-hours at the weekends.
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USA, ARIZONA: Phoenix – Go for the Food
When Twitter and Facebook first began to catch fire, so did food trucks.
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USA, ARKANSAS: Little Rock – An Improbable Oasis
Little Rock, Arkansas may not show up on most LGBT travelers’ domestic bucket list, but maybe it’s time that bucket got bigger.
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USA, CALIFORNIA: Los Angeles – Go for the Food
There’s this weirdly unfounded reputation that just about everyone in Los Angeles is vegan and therefore sunbaked Angelenos only feast on the likes of kale and quinoa.
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USA, CALIFORNIA: Five Unique Holiday Shopping Spots in San Francisco
San Francisco is a world-class shopping city, and everyone from high-end international designers to small independent DIY artisans has a seat at the merch table.
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USA, CALIFORNIA: Three Great San Francisco Culinary Hot-Spots
San Francisco is more than just tacos and beer; these high-profile eateries show that the City by the Bay can innovate and excite with haute cuisine.
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USA, FLORIDA: Broward County Aims to Build on Gay Tourism Success
Greater Fort Lauderdale has come a long way since officially rolling out the rainbow carpet to gay and lesbian travelers in 1996. Back then tourism officials spent $35,000 on gay marketing.
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USA, LOUISIANA: Want to Spend (An Affordable) Christmas in New Orleans?
The one holiday you associate with New Orleans is probably Mardi Gras, for obvious reasons. But three months prior, just as winter is making the rest of the country reach for their snow shovels, another important holiday makes this balmy southern city shine: Christmas.
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USA, NEW YORK: New York’s Skyline at Night
Do I need to say more? These photos will really make you impulsively buy a ticket right now because New York skyline at night is magical, stunning and romantic!
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USA, NEW YORK: Visiting the New Harlem
There’s such thing as Italian Renaissance. Or English Renaissance.
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USA, NEW YORK: Walking in Brooklyn Heights
Brooklyn is one of the five boroughs of New York City, right across downtown Manhattan.
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USA, TENNESSEE: Affordable Things to Do in the Smoky Mountains
Looking for an easy budget getaway? Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains offer a mix of inexpensive activities and attractions that work for all kinds of travelers, from thrill-seekers and hiking nuts to kids and foodies.
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USA, UTAH: Visiting Park City
In 2002, the Winter Olympics took place in Salt Lake City, which put the destination in the public’s eye.
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General Gay Travel News:

Alain and His Rainbow Wig
For some people it me be something as simple and small as an iPod.
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Travels of Adam’s Favorite Places
Where did you go on your last holiday? This October, I travelled around south-western Germany for two weeks.
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Budget Travel Destinations for 2014
Shermans Travel Blog has compiled a list of their top ten affordable travel destinations for next year.
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Gay Event Reviews:

None this week


Upcoming Event News:

AUSTRALIA: Bear Essentials 18 Coming to Sydney in February
(Feb 1-Mar 2) Bear Essentials 18 Festival – Bear Essentials is an internationally recognized and respected bear festival organized and delivered by the Harbour City Bears. It brings together the best of our local bear culture and offers it to the world in one of the best cities in the world, Sydney.
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ITALY: Gay Film Festival Starts in Naples on December 18th
(Dec 18) Founded in 2008, OMOVIES is the Festival of Cinema Gay and Questioning of the city of Naples, sponsored by the Social Promotion of Ken NGO, which has as its goal the overcoming of prejudice against LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender).
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North American Gay Ski Weeks in 2014
Gay ski weeks used to be edgy, new things. Starting with Aspen 36 years ago (and still the first of the season), they’ve added annually. This season, the newest event will turn 4, while most have more than 10 years under their belts.
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USA, COLORADO: Aspen Gay Ski Week Returning In January
(Jan 12-19) Aspen Gay Ski Week, the nation’s largest and oldest gay ski event, returns for its 37th year from Jan. 12 – 19, 2014, along with presenting sponsor, Bud Light.
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Sweepstakes:

AUSTRALIA: Sydney Mardi Gras Announces 2014 Calendar
(Feb 9-Mar )The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras festival is poised to deliver a kaleidoscope of colorful experiences in 2014, with a jam-packed program of cultural and community events running from Sunday 9 February through to Sunday 2 March, 2014.
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COSTA RICA: Win a Trip to Costa Rica With Detours
Detours, a gay adventure travel company based out of Calgary, Canada, is currently giving away 1 of their 3 international trips to Costa Rica, Thailand or Greece on their website in a raffle based contest.
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SWEDEN: Win a Same Sex Wedding at Sweden’s Ice Hotel
To celebrate the UK’s Marriage (Same-sex) Act finally coming into law in 2014, ICEHOTEL in partnership with Discover-the-World and VisitSweden UK are offering same-sex couples a once in a lifetime, truly intimate, personalised wedding at the ICEHOTEL in Sweden.
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USVI: Win Five Nights in the US Virgin Islands at Sand Castle on the Beach
(Apr 1) Sand Castle On The Beach Resort welcomes you and your loved ones to vacation in a beautiful, tropical environment. Beachfront on the Caribbean Sea, enjoy the newly added amenities on this special property. There are two pools on site – one beachfront, the other clothing optional.
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Gay Travel Events – The List:


Check out our new events list, where we list gay events around the world – http://www.purpleroofs.com/gay-travel-events.html.

Sign Up for Our Gay Travel Sweepstakes


Caribbean Sweepstakes: We’re teaming up with the beautiful Sand Castle on the Beach in the US Virgin Islands (http://www.sandcastleonthebeach.com/) to give away 5 nights in the Caribbean.
http://www.purpleroofs.com/contest.html

Check Out Our Special Offer Section


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Mark & Scott

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Purple Roofs December 2011 Gay Travel Newsletter

Author: , December 5th, 2011

Welcome to the Purple Roofs Newsletter for December, 2011 – our last newsletter of the year!

We’ve got lots of great stuff for you this month – from featured articles on Springfield, Illinois; Wheeler, Oregon; Porto, Portugal; and San Francisco to other gay travel articles from around the world!

You’ll also find some great accommodation specials and discounts, tons of upcoming gay travel events, and much more.

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Our Featured Articles This Month:

TRAVELING IN OUR FABULOUS GAY WORLD: Springfield, Illinois, Home of President Abraham Lincoln
by Don and Ray, Gay Travelers

Springfield is the Capital of the State of Illinois and also the resting place of our 16th President. It is located 100 miles North of St. Louis on Interstate 55. The Lincoln Presidential Museum and Library opened in downtown Springfield 6 years ago to huge crowds everyday. On weekends, tourists come from all over to visit and on weekdays, school children are bussed in so it is busy all the time. The Museum is in one building and the Library is directly across the street. We have visited several Presidential Museums and this is the finest one. While downtown, visit Lincoln’s Springfield home as well as the old State House. Springfield is full of history and among the many things to see are the Vachel Lindsay Home which is the 1879 birthplace of the native Springfield poet/artist.
http://purpleroofs.com/gay-travel-blog/2011/12/traveling-in-our-fabulous-gay-world-springfield-illinois-home-of-president-abraham-lincoln.html

Wheeler: The Gem of the North Oregon Coast
by Raine, Old Wheeler Hotel

Situated in the protective shelter of Nehalem Bay, with the stunning backdrop of Neahkahnie Mountain, Wheeler is the gem of the North Oregon Coast. It has been referred to as ‘the town with the million dollar view’, and many would agree. The Natives called it ‘hole in the sky’ because it tends to have better weather than surrounding areas A prime location for outdoor enthusiasts, this area offers world class bay and river kayaking. Wildlife abounds; be it a herd of elk, majestic eagles, or statuesque herons.
http://purpleroofs.com/gay-travel-blog/2011/11/wheeler-the-gem-of-the-north-oregon-coast.html

Porto for Americans
by Yvonne, Gaia Apartment

Porto is a city in Portugal. Portugal is a country in Europe. Europe is a continent across the Atlantic Ocean from the USA. The Atlantic Ocean is a big wet thing you fall into if you go to Atlantic City and keep walking East. America has never been in a war with Portugal. Portugal doesn’t have any oil.
Porto is not pronounced “poor-dough”, it is pronounced “port-oh”, with a T sound in the middle, like the sound a clock makes when it’s ticking.
http://purpleroofs.com/gay-travel-blog/2011/11/porto-for-americans.html

San Francisco Shopping for the Holidays
by Scott and Mark, Purple Roofs

San Francisco is always a great place to visit, but it’s especially magical during the Holiday Season. While there’s no snow, the Christmas decorations come out, it seems like there’s music on every corner, and holiday cheer abounds. We decided to take a short holiday ourselves the week after Thanksgiving, to head down to The City to see what this holiday season had to offer. The weather was fantastic – high 60s and even up into the low seventies – record high for the date – on our last day, and the fog, after making a brief appearance on our first full day, never returned.
http://purpleroofs.com/gay-travel-blog/2011/12/san-francisco-shopping-for-the-holidays.html

The Harvey Milk Tour with Cruisin’ the Castro
by Scott and Mark, Purple Roofs

One of our favorite things to do when we visit The City is to take a walking tour. San Francisco has to be one of the most walkable of the major cities in the United States – hills notwithstanding – so why not soak up a little history while you walk? Trevor Haley initiated the Crusin’ the Castro tour many years ago, and a couple years back, she handed the reins over to Kathy Amandola, who now offers a general Castro walking tour most days of the week and a special Harvey Milk tour from 10 am-1 pm on Wednesdays.
http://purpleroofs.com/gay-travel-blog/2011/12/the-harvey-milk-tour-with-cruisn-the-castro.html

Caffe Baonecci: Our Favorite Gay Friendly Italian Restaurant in San Francisco
by Scott and Mark, Purple Roofs

We wanted to bring up one of our favorite SF eats again – Caffe Baonecci in the heart of North Beach. We’ve been here several times before, but it was the first time we had a regular meal here. More on that later. Caffe Baonecci is a cute little Italian ristorante on Green Street, just one block east of Columbus, on the bottom floor of a converted Victorian. Run by the Gambaccini family who bought the old Danilo Bakery about five years ago, this is a place where you can come to talk with real Italians and hear real Italian spoken – a rarity these days in North Beach.
http://purpleroofs.com/gay-travel-blog/2011/12/caffe-baonecci-our-favorite-gay-friendly-italian-restaurant-in-san-francisco.html

More Gay Travel News

We also scour the web to bring you all the gay travel news we can find. You can see these posts on a daily basis at http://www.purpleroofs.com/gay-travel-blog, or sign up for our RSS feed. Here are some of our favorites from the last month:

Gay Travel Events The Next Two Months:

Check out our new events calendar, where we list gay events around the world – http://www.purpleroofs.com/gay-travel-events.html. Here are the events for the next two months:

  • Australia, NSW, Byron Bay: 12/29/11-12/30/11, Queer Fruits Film Festival 2011. http://bit.ly/iKCIej
  • Canada, QC, Montreat: 12/31/11-01/02/11, Le Bal des Boys 2011-12. http://bit.ly/b5PuyZ
  • Italy, Campania, Naples: 12/15/11-12/19/11, OMOVIES – Festival Di Cinema Gay, Lesbica e Questioning Napoli 2011. http://bit.ly/m63IzS
  • Italy, Emilia Romagna, Bologna: 12/03/11-12/05/11, Some Prefer Cake – Bologna Lesbian Film Festival 2011. http://bit.ly/lvXE5H
  • New Zealand, Golden Bay, Takaka: 12/21/11-01/03/12, Gay Summer Camp: Week-Long Event in New Zealand., Autumn Farm, 37 Central Takaka R. http://bit.ly/dHaMti
  • Switzerland, Arosa: 01/08/12-01/15/12, Arosa Gay Ski Week 2012. http://bit.ly/mZwrET
  • USA, AZ, Phoenix: 01/27/12-01/29/12, Desperado Gay and Lesbian Film Festival 2012. http://bit.ly/5UcA6p
  • USA, CA, Los Angeles: 12/31/11-01/01/12, Masterbeat New Years 2011-12, Mayan Theater. http://bit.ly/uXPI16
  • USA, CO, Aspen: 01/15/12-01/22/12, Aspen Gay Ski Week 2012. http://bit.ly/r0UHTB
  • USA, IN, Bloomington: 01/11/12-01/29/12, Pride: Bloomington’s LGBTQ Film Festival 2012. http://bit.ly/l9kMA9
  • USA, MA, Provincetown: 12/02/11-12/04/11, Holly Folly Provincetown 2011. http://bit.ly/7gaeBc
  • USA, NY, New York: 12/08/11, Empire State Pride Agenda’s Holiday Party, Private Home, 7-9 PM. http://bit.ly/sGPO0l
  • USA, VT, Stowe: 01/18/12-01/22/12, Stowe Vermont Gay Ski Week 2012 – Winter Rendezvous 2012. http://bit.ly/8vWTxB

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Check Out Our Special Offer Section

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Visit Our Other Websites:

Gayapolis: Personals, daily news, and a great gay and lesbian directory.
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Mi Casa Su Casa: Our home trade network, with over 310 members around the world, for just $75 for 5 years.
http://www.gayhometrade.com

Gay Realty Network: Real estate professionals around the world.
http://www.gayrealtynetwork.com

Purple Unions: Gay friendly wedding vendors around the world.
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That’s it for this month – enjoy the newsletter!

Mark & Scott
PurpleRoofs – http://www.purpleroofs.com, PO Box 4666, El Dorado Hills, CA 95762

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