Los Angeles, with its gorgeous beaches lined with palm trees swaying in the gentle sea breezes, its throngs of gay and lesbian bars, clubs, shops and restaurants, is not so much a great gay travel destination, as a gay paradise. So it’s little wonder that it has a rapidly expanding gay community amongst the city’s population of 17 million people.
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Miami -- rap stars, muscle beach dudes, sexy Latinas, Art Deco hotels, streams of European tourists, all under the swaying palm trees -- is nothing less than one of the world's great metropolitan scenes. The Art Deco jewel hotels of South Beach are now home to visiting supermodels and music producers. New ones are opening all the time, while luxury condo high-rises are everywhere. Ocean Drive, the drag that fronts the sand in South Beach, is brimming with trendy outdoor cafes where posh cars roll on by.
Barcelona is a wonderful city. The first thing that is going to hit you when you arrive is the beautiful architecture all around you, including the amazing creations of Gaudí, truly jewels of design and construction.
Next you'll be pleasantly surprised at just how helpful and friendly the people are for a city of it's size. Whatever your preconceptions are of the Catalonians, they'll soon melt away as they do their best to make you welcome in their stunningly beautiful city.
London is the capital of England and the U.K., and the largest city in the European Union. It is one of the world's major business, political and cultural centers. London's population is extremely cosmopolitan, with a diverse range of nationalities, cultures, and religions who speak over 300 different languages.
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