I had an incredible work week in Dallas this past week, staying at the Kimpton Hotel Palomar and spoiled by the staff and Group Sales Manager, Sam Tucker.
As I arrived Sunday night, on the MLK Weekend holiday, the Oak Lawn and Cedar Springs area was crazy with hot guys everywhere. TMC was packed, as was S4 with a line wrapped around the corner. I had no idea the boys in Dallas could party so hard!!!!
As the work week began, at the Palomar it was very easy to meet with my friends and clients, and on top of all that, there was an incredible gym just 3 blocks away (and a Taco Bell on the way back!)
We had our IGLTA board meeting later on that week, where we were wined and dined by both the Philadelphia folks and the Ft. Lauderdale team out here meeting with us for our future convention locations. Jeff Guaracino, Josh Neal, Niki Grossman and Joshua Winston spoiled us rotten.
We then wrapped up the weekend with an IGLTA reception at the Lumen Hotel, another Kimpton property, along with all of our friends from the North Texas Gay & Lesbian Chamber. The photos from that night can be seen here:
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