Southeast San Francisco Gay Travel Resources
||1 415 830-0589
||1 415 830-0589
||37 Stoneman St, San Francisco, CA, 94110, USA
Contact: Alan Lessik
Gay Owned Bed & Breakfast
Gay Men, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Straight
||70-80 US Dollar
||Same Year Round
|Purple Roofs Disc:
||5% - Mention PURPLE ROOFS
|Cozy, Comfortable and Unique: From your comfortable queen sized bed, you can look out your window to an ever-changing view of the city. You may want to spend late nights visiting the bars, clubs and cultural attractions. Sleep late in the mornings because the continental breakfast is self-serve, either in the garden or the dining room.
||San Francisco, CA, USA
||1 415 357-0700
||1 866 231-3752
||690 5th St., Ste. 205, San Francisco, CA, 94107, USA
Gay Friendly Tour Operator
Gay Men Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Straight
||Sonoma, Napa Valley, Monterey, Carmel, Yosemite
||Lodging Tours Vacation Planning
|| Corporate Students
|Extranomical Adventures is a San Francisco, CA tour operator featuring daily departures from San Francisco. Explore Sequoia Redwoods in the morning, visit Wine Country in the afternoon. Mini-van tour with hotel pick up and wine tasting fees included.
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San Francisco: Jun 01, 2013-Jun 05, 2013, National Queer Arts Festival 2013. Details
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Lesbian Travel: Gay Girl Guide to San Francisco
May 18th, 2013
Planning a trip to San Francisco, the LGBT Mecca? Autostraddle has you covered:
Here is the guide of guides for the city of cities. San Francisco is held on such a pedestal for us gays and while it's true that the numbers of gays here are vast (something like 1 in 3 people are homos!) it's easy to... read_more
Gay Travel: Pink Saturday Coming to San Francisco's SOMA in June
May 2nd, 2013
Looks like there will be another Pink Saturday event in San Francisco this year, but it's not clear who is planning it. the BAR explains:
Someone is planning a Pink Saturday party for Saturday, June 29, in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood, but it's not the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, the group that's been hosting the... read_more
Lesbian Travel: Eden 2013 Coming to San Francisco in June
Apr 16th, 2013
One of San Francisco's hottest lesbian events, Eden 2013, starts on June 27th and runs through the gay pride weekend. The New Gay Travel Guide has the details:
EDEN Pride Weekend San Francisco will be a smashing weekend filled with up to 12 events at three venues and one secret location for lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals and... read_more
San Francisco's Iconic Golden Gate Bridge
Apr 4th, 2013
Many world-famous tourist attractions simply aren't worth the hype, or the fuss of getting there. Two examples from my own travels - and, of course, in my own opinion - are Angkor Wat in Cambodia and Iguazu Falls, which straddles the border between Argentina and Brazil. San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge is not one of them.
I have visited the Golden... read_more
Gay Travel: From Las Vegas to the San Francisco Bay
Apr 3rd, 2013
Yesterday, I explained how a love affair with an exotic visitor motivated me to do something I never imagined myself doing: Boarding a flight to Las Vegas, which was just as soul-depleting as I imagined it would be - the presence of my Indian-Australian suitor was Sin City's only redeeming quality.
(To its credit, a certain frozen Bacardi 151 concoction -... read_more
Gay Travel: San Francisco Pride Not Exempt From Nudity Ban
Mar 18th, 2013
America Blog reports on a broken promise made when the new ban on public nudity was passed into law by San Francisco city supervisors:
When San Francisco Supervisor Scott Wiener was pushing his peers on the Board of Supervisors to approve his second round of restrictions on public nudity – this time an outright ban – he and his... read_more
Gay Travel: GayCities's List of 14 Great Gay Events and Parties for 2013
Jan 29th, 2013
It's freezing out there, but the 2013 party season is just heating up. We've pored through our listings and found some of the most fab beach parties, ski weekends and circuit parties. Let's live it up in 2013!
Whistler WinterPRIDE (February 3-10)
Looking for a new Valentine? There is plenty of eye candy at Whistler WinterPRIDE! There will be an... read_more
Gay Travel: GayCities Releases List of Top gay Travel Destinations for 2013; San Francisco Tops
Jan 25th, 2013
Breathe a sigh of relief San Franciscans. After being snubbed by the Advocate's "Gayest Cities in America" awards, our city is reclaiming its title.
Travel site GayCities released its list of the best gay hotspots of 2012, and San Francisco nabbed the top spot in both the "most scenic" and "most pride" categories. It earned runner-up status in several others.
"It's kind... read_more
Gay Travel: San Francisco - My Favorite Gaycation
Jan 19th, 2013
In December of 2011 my best friend and I decided we wanted to take a "gaycation" together, and we determined that there would be no better city for this than San Francisco!
San Francisco is the nation's second-most densely populated city, and it is the 14th most populous city in the United States. It is also one the top tourists... read_more
Gay Cities Names Top Gay Dream Travel Destinations for 2013
Jan 16th, 2013
Despite the recent demonstration against gay marriage in Paris, the City of Light is still luring gay travelers around the globe.
Today GayCities concluded another annual Best of GayCities campaign by revealing the top travel destinations. The interactive campaign had thousands of GayCities members and readers creating "ultimate dream" travel itineraries by mapping their favorite cities.
Paris was the most selected city... read_more