After his first business trip from New York to London (at the age of 22) -- when he turned down his consulting team's "video game social" at the hotel to catch an award-winning Evita in the West End -- J.J. resolved never to waste a good opportunity to see the world through business travel. Since then, he has been able to merge his love for discovering new places with his work as a management consultant on five continents, and write about it in places like the Boston Globe, Washington Post, and Irish Independent, and now Mr Hudson.
Mr Hudson’s “a perfect evening” series is meant to inspire you to make the most of your time on work travel and give business travellers something to look forward to after the day’s work is through.
More and more, Parisian gays are relocating from places like Rue Vielle du Temple and Rue des Archives to an attractive triangle in the 10th arrondissement, squeezed between the Place de la Republique and the Canal Saint-Martin.
When the weather forecast turned warm and bright, and hotels reopened across Massachusetts in early June, my partner and I thought the best location for our first venture out of Boston would be the physically-close but spiritually-far gay mecca of Provincetown.
With the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic seemingly behind us, explorers around the globe are now looking forward to the summer months in the hope to satisfy their wanderlust and reclaim their place in the sun.
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