Miami – Monday, April 10, 2017
The city of Miami sits on the Florida mainland. Offshore, due east in the Atlantic, are a series of barrier islands. The southernmost island in the near vicinity is Key Biscayne. Next to the north is Virginia Key, then Fisher Island, and then comes Miami Beach. The body of water between these islands and the mainland is Biscayne Bay. Early on, resort developers looked to the Atlantic Ocean beaches of Miami Beach, beginning their development with the elegant Art Deco hotels at the southern tip, now better known as South Beach. As development proceeded northward its complexion changed, becoming more “high-rise” and grandiose, with amenities geared to a wider range of interests, from wynwood walls to shopping on Lincoln Road.
Nassau, Bahamas – Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Enjoy the beautiful white sand beaches of Paradise Island. Looking for some casino action? The Atlantis Resort and Casino is a true Las Vegas style venue with all the trimmings. Nassau boasts beautiful foliage, including brilliant red hibiscus and a grove of Casuarina trees. Nassau is located on the 21-mile-long-island of New Providence and is connected, via bridge, to Paradise Island, another popular Bahamian destination.
Coco Cay, Bahamas – Wednesday, April 12, 2017
We’ll have our own area that we’ll call our own “Gay Beach” and enjoy a beachside barbecue, dance the limbo if you like or wander the island. Snorkel, kayak, sail or take a snooze in one of many hammocks. Welcome to our own private island. Home to neon-colored fish, white sand beaches and you.
Key West, Florida – Thursday, April 13, 2017
Welcome to Gay Key West! This lush tropical island has fascinating architecture, friendly people, a rich history and plenty of activities to keep engaged or help relax. Filled with funky charm, Key West is a sophisticated place with amazing restaurants, diverse entertainment and eclectic art.
Miami, Florida – Friday, April 14, 2017
Arrive back in beautiful Miami.