Happy Holidays From All of Us at MBB! Gift Yourself a Trip to MBB 2019! July 18-21 in Wilton Manors – Ft. Lauderdale! You Deserve It! Book Your Room Now at 800-818-1211! Our host hotel, the Grand Resort and Spa, is Ft. Lauderdale’s Largest and Finest Gay Men’s Resort and[…]
It’s time to meet up with the Bruthaz again, this time in Wilton Manors, known as the “Gayborhood” of South Florida. Our host hotel is The Grand Resort and Spa, Ft. Lauderdale’s premier gay men’s spa-resort. Not only does this hotel have a lot of great amenities, it’s just a[…]
BOOK HOTEL MBB 2019 Official Host Hotel – Grand Resort and Spa! Book Now at http://grandresort.net/reservations Or Call 1-800-818-1211 The Grand Resort and Spa is Fort Lauderdale’s premiere gay-owned and operated men’s spa-resort that first opened in 1999. With 33 well-appointed rooms and suites, it is located just steps from the[…]
MBB does Wilton Manors in 2019 and we’ve chosen the Grand Resort and Spa as our host hotel! The Grand Resort and Spa is Fort Lauderdale’s premiere gay-owned and operated men’s spa-resort that first opened in 1999. With 33 well-appointed rooms and suites, it is located just steps from the[…]
A Big Thank You To Everyone Who Made MBB2018 An Event To Remember! Cuba Is An Unforgettable Place. We Enjoyed Experiencing It With You! Our trip to Cuba is just the beginning of our travel adventures! Stay tuned for MBB2019! We’re planning to take another trip together to continue the[…]
You can find fine cigar shops everywhere in Havana. It’s a cigar shopper’s paradise. Here we are at one location that boasts some of the best Cuban cigars, rum, and coffee! It’s one-stop shopping for some of those Cuban must-haves!
Our Easy Panoramic tour of Havana, Cuba began with a tour of a mosaic tile wonderland that has become a place for local artists to display and sell their work. It’s located in Jaimanitas, a neighborhood in northwest Havana, where the homes and the gates are covered entirely by mosaic[…]
All over Havana, you’ll find thousands of American cars from the 1940s and 1950s. These cars still account for a significant form of transportation for the locals. Seeing them everywhere makes you feel like you’re in a time-warp. But it all stems from the U.S. embargo that was put in[…]