Bed and Buns B&B – Boise Gay Bed and Breakfast

Author: , August 18th, 2017

Bed and Buns B&B - Boise, Idaho

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay:

Bed and Buns is a stately home situated in a quiet neighborhood just minutes from downtown Boise. The location is convenient for those traveling by car or plane as we are just off the I-84 interstate highway, and only 5 minutes from the main airport, and yet only 15 minutes from the local gay scene, bars, restaurants and nightlife.

Boise offers numerous recreational opportunities year-round. The approximate time it takes to leave from the front door and be sitting on a chairlift at Boise’s popular Bogus Basin Ski Resort is just 45 minutes. The famous Payette river; offering class 4 kayak and river rafting is just under an hour away, or you may float the Boise River right through downtown Boise. Bed and Buns is the perfect place for gay travelers to feel at home and get to know the area, and because we are the only gay-only bed and breakfast in the Pacific Northwest between the Pacific Ocean and those heading east, it makes for a very welcoming experience for the LGBT traveling community.

We offer three intimate rooms, all with private baths, complimentary wifi, television, a billiards room, a beautiful 1 acre tree-covered backyard that has a multi-leveled redwood deck with an outdoor hot tub, as well as outdoor showers, a fun room in the basement, and access to a guest buffet area with complimentary confections, soda, wine, beer, and water, and fresh cookies are baked several times a week. A continental breakfast is served every morning consisting of fresh fruit, homemade pastries, a main breakfast entree, coffee and juices.

We have repeat visitors from all over the world who stay with us often, so please join us for the numerous lively, and intimate conversations about life and our LGBT experiences.

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Chicago Neighborhood Won’t Support Plan for New Out Hotel

Author: , July 24th, 2013

Out ChicagoDeveloper Ian Reisner and architects atKoo and Associates listened to neighbors and drastically altered the project. Reisner cut off an additional two stories off the estimated 112-room hotel, creating an 8-story building with a setback on the top floor, giving the illusion of 7-stories. In addition, the hotel moved from hovering over Sidetrack to over Wood on the south end, as well as eliminating all balconies.

Still, the 5-member board each voted to deny sending a letter to Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) expressing their support for the project, as presented Tuesday.

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Exploring Cape Town’s Bo Kaap Neighborhood

Author: , February 1st, 2013

Bo Kaap Neighborhood, Cape TownWhile walking around an otherwise uninteresting part of Cape Town last Friday evening, my eye was drawn to a colorful patch off to my west. Closer squinting – and, subsequently, exploration – revealed said patch to be a neighborhood called Bo Kaap, which is Cape Town’s Malay quarter.

Although Bo Kaap is not, as I briefly assumed, the Cape Town neighborhood featured in Solange Knowles’ fabulous new video “Losing You,” it is nonetheless the most interesting Cape Town neighborhood I have explored thus far.

Why not have a look for yourself?

Authored By Robert Schrader – See the Full Story at Leave Your Daily Hell

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