Other than Philly, these are some cities where I like spending time:
1) Fort Lauderdale and Wilton Manors
One of my favorite places, Fort Lauderdale is special. The people, the gay community, the climate, the foliage, the everything. There is nowhere else that is as relaxing, convivial, and titillating as this town.
North of the border, this city is one of the best places to be gay. From the delights of Le Village Gai to the wonders of the city at large, this is perhaps my favorite place. The French-Canadian atmosphere is so distinctly different that it’s like a visit to Europe without all the hassle and expense of such a trip.
3) New York
What more can be said about one of the greatest cities in the world? The awe inspiring nature of the sheer numbers of people makes this one hell of a town.
Spending time in this old city is something that one never forgets. Standing in the Piazza Del Duomo when all the bells in all the churches begin to chime is like nothing else. Knowing you are in a place that has seen the likes of Dante, DaVinci, Michelangelo, and so many many more, is humbling and inspiring.
Not destroyed by the ravages of World War Two, this gem of a city has some of the most beautiful sights any traveler can imagine.
One of the nicest cities in Germany, Köln has a cathedral which outshines many others. An old Roman colony (Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium), the city has some wonderful ruins andbeautiful museums. An afternoon in a cafe on the Cathedral platz is a glorious way to spend some time.
A neighbor, and old rival, of Firenze, this city is as exciting and vibrant as it’s brother town. When the Palio is not being run, this city can seem peaceful, even sleepy. It is anything but. And when the Palio is coming, there is excitement around every corner.
9) Rehoboth Beach, Delaware
Of course there are other cities I enjoy visiting and some are even favorites but they haven’t made the Top Ten — at least not yet. Shanghai, Beijing, Roma, Berlin, Paris, Chicago, Miami, Toronto, Warsaw