Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver B.C.???

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    Jun 09, 2013 6:31 AM GMT
    Hello all, I will be traveling solo to the above mentioned cities this Tuesday June 11-June17. I am doing this SOLO and I am very excited to go and just be on my own and just see what else is out there. I need some me time and I have never been to these cities so I am looking forward to it. Are there any popular places that would be goo to go to for a SOLO gay traveler. Any bars you recommend? Would like to chat and meet new people as well, I am a people person so starting a conversation is usually easy for me. Any tips or advice would help. Thanks friends.
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    Jun 09, 2013 11:26 AM GMT
    You're going to fit in well in Vancouver as everyone I met there seemed to enjoy conversation.

    Davie Street has a few gay bars and a coffeehouse. Denman Street has one great little restaurant after another.

    The natural beauty of the city will restore your soul too.

    Next on my list to visit are your two other choices.
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    Jun 09, 2013 10:10 PM GMT
    jsantana923 saidHello all, I will be traveling solo to the above mentioned cities this Tuesday June 11-June17. I am doing this SOLO and I am very excited to go and just be on my own and just see what else is out there. I need some me time and I have never been to these cities so I am looking forward to it. Are there any popular places that would be goo to go to for a SOLO gay traveler. Any bars you recommend? Would like to chat and meet new people as well, I am a people person so starting a conversation is usually easy for me. Any tips or advice would help. Thanks friends.


    I've been to all three, Vancouver many times. They are all great walking cities and the best way to see them is on foot.
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    Jun 09, 2013 10:14 PM GMT
    There's no longer an interstate highway between Seattle and Vancouver,,,,,
    just say'n
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    Jun 09, 2013 11:25 PM GMT
    I'm trying to plan this exact same trip at the end of august, let me know how it is!
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    Jun 09, 2013 11:32 PM GMT
    Portland has a ton of great breweries to check out, with wine country not to far away. I'd definitely recommend a beer tour of Portland if you get the chance.
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    Jun 09, 2013 11:45 PM GMT
    If you're a nature-esque type of guy, there's some fantastic bike paths riddled through Vancouver. It'll give you a good feel of the city and show off some parts you wouldn't have seen otherwise
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    Jun 10, 2013 2:58 AM GMT
    sean_ny81 saidI'm trying to plan this exact same trip at the end of august, let me know how it is!


    I will for sure let you know!
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    Jun 10, 2013 3:23 AM GMT
    If you are into architecture, I would definitely recommend visiting University of Washington. The campus is humongous and a lot of the buildings there are beautiful. There is this one place in particular that looks out to Mt. Rainier... it will take your breath away to just stand there and appreciate the surroundings.

    Another awesome place to visit in Seattle is this restaurant called Crackpot in the downtown harbour area. The king crab from there is just divine... it's one of the best restaurants to go for anyone who loves to eat crustaceans.