Travel

Why You Should Consider a 'Second City' Trip in 2021

Why You Should Consider a 'Second City' Trip in 2021

TRAVEL | By Sally French | Jun 7, 2021

Even if you're fully vaccinated, you might not want your next trip — perhaps your first trip in over a year — to be in a packed, urban metropolis. Enter the "second city" trip.

Royal Caribbean Sets 2021 Cruises in Florida, Texas, Alaska

Royal Caribbean Sets 2021 Cruises in Florida, Texas, Alaska

TRAVEL | Jun 7, 2021

Royal Caribbean International has said that eight of its ships will resume U.S. voyages in July and August with trips leaving ports in Florida, Texas and Washington state.

France Tackles Virus Variants as It Readies for Tourists

France Tackles Virus Variants as It Readies for Tourists

TRAVEL | Jun 7, 2021

French health authorities are racing to contain scattered cases of the more contagious delta virus variant, as France prepares to reopen its borders to vaccinated visitors and celebrates plunging COVID-19 infection and hospitalization rates.

A Gay Goldrush of a Good Time in Nevada City, California

A Gay Goldrush of a Good Time in Nevada City, California

TRAVEL | By Jim Gladstone | Jun 6, 2021

Just a couple of hours northeast of San Francisco, the former gold mining town of Nevada City is seeing an LGBTQ-friendly resurgence thanks to a gorgeous new hotel, scenic vistas and a surprising clothing-optional watering hole.

Cruise Ships Restart In Venice; Protesters Decry Their Risks

Cruise Ships Restart In Venice; Protesters Decry Their Risks

TRAVEL | By Colleen Barry | Jun 5, 2021

The first cruise ship leaving Venice since the pandemic is set to depart Saturday amid protests by activists demanding that the ship be rerouted out the fragile lagoon, especially Giudecca Canal through the city's historic center.

Bonjour! France Welcoming Back (Vaccinated) Tourists

Bonjour! France Welcoming Back (Vaccinated) Tourists

TRAVEL | Jun 4, 2021

France is putting itself back on the menu as a destination for international tourists who have had coronavirus jabs. The government announced Friday that it is removing the need for coronavirus tests for vaccinated Europeans.

United Airlines Sees a Supersonic Future

United Airlines Sees a Supersonic Future

TRAVEL | By Daivd Koenig | Jun 4, 2021

United Airlines aims to bring back supersonic travel before the decade is over with a plane that is currently just an artist's drawing — even the prototype hasn't flown yet.

CDC Says Florida Lawsuit Imperils Summer Cruises to Alaska

CDC Says Florida Lawsuit Imperils Summer Cruises to Alaska

TRAVEL | Jun 4, 2021

U.S. officials say Florida's lawsuit against the federal government over conditions for cruise lines to resume sailing could threaten plans to restart cruising in Alaska.

Vacation Chaos as UK Removes Portugal From Travel Green List

Vacation Chaos as UK Removes Portugal From Travel Green List

TRAVEL | By Jill Lawless | Jun 4, 2021

Britain said Thursday that it is removing Portugal from its list of COVID-safe travel destinations, meaning thousands of U.K. residents currently on vacation there face the prospect of 10 days' quarantine on return.

First Cruise Ship Sails Through Venice Since Pandemic's Start

First Cruise Ship Sails Through Venice Since Pandemic's Start

TRAVEL | By Colleen Barry | Jun 4, 2021

Early risers in Venice were surprised Thursday to see a cruise ship nosing down the Giudecca canal for the first time since the start of the pandemic, despite repeated government pledges to reroute such huge vessels due to safety and environmental concern

Airlines Urge the G7 Nations to Help International Travel

Airlines Urge the G7 Nations to Help International Travel

TRAVEL | Jun 3, 2021

The airline industry is ratcheting up its campaign to ease border restrictions and allow more international travel — even by people who aren't vaccinated against coronavirus — despite high infection rates in many countries.

After Pandemic Pause, Avengers Swing and Soar Into Disneyland

After Pandemic Pause, Avengers Swing and Soar Into Disneyland

TRAVEL | By Andrew Dalton | Jun 3, 2021

The Avengers Campus seeks to be an immersive experience that allows guests to become super-heroic across a series of rides, shows and eateries from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Australian Court Upholds Ban on Most International Travel

Australian Court Upholds Ban on Most International Travel

TRAVEL | By Rod McGuirk | Jun 1, 2021

An Australian court on Tuesday rejected a challenge to the federal government's draconian power to prevent most citizens from leaving the country so that they don't bring COVID-19 home.

Heathrow Opens Terminal for High-Risk Travelers

Heathrow Opens Terminal for High-Risk Travelers

TRAVEL | Jun 1, 2021

London's Heathrow Airport has reopened a terminal that was mothballed during the coronavirus pandemic to handle passengers now arriving from high-risk countries. Critics say the action should have been taken sooner.

Buttigieg Urges Travelers to Respect Mask Mandates on Planes

Buttigieg Urges Travelers to Respect Mask Mandates on Planes

TRAVEL | By Hope Yen | Jun 1, 2021

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg urged travelers to respect flight attendants and crew members who enforce federal mask mandates on planes, pledging strict federal enforcement against abuse at a time of increasingly unruly behavior by passengers.

Temptation Sundays Returns to Vegas' Luxor Hotel & Casino

Temptation Sundays Returns to Vegas' Luxor Hotel & Casino

TRAVEL | May 30, 2021

The hottest pool ticket in town is back as Temptation Sundays returns to Luxor Hotel & Casino for its 11th sizzling season. Beginning May 23, Las Vegas' longest-running LGBTQ pool party will be held at Luxor's North Pool every Sunday.

Party of 4? Your Trail is Ready. Busy Parks Try Reservations

Party of 4? Your Trail is Ready. Busy Parks Try Reservations

TRAVEL | By Michael Hill | May 30, 2021

The reservation system offers a trade-off to visitors, sacrificing spontaneity and ease of access for benefits like a guaranteed parking spot and more elbow room in the woods.

Summer Travel Forecast Calls for Longer Waits, Fewer Choices

Summer Travel Forecast Calls for Longer Waits, Fewer Choices

TRAVEL | By John Seewer | May 30, 2021

After a year of coronavirus lockdowns, the start of summer beckons with vacation plans made possible by relaxed COVID-19 restrictions. But a severe worker shortage brings a warning for travelers: Expect delays and pack a little patience.

Egypt Bets on Ancient Finds to Pull Tourism Out of Pandemic

Egypt Bets on Ancient Finds to Pull Tourism Out of Pandemic

TRAVEL | By Sam Magdy | May 30, 2021

As some European countries re-open to international tourists, Egypt has already been trying for months to attract them to its archaeological sites and museums.

Natural Wonders: The Best National Parks for LGBTQ Travelers

Natural Wonders: The Best National Parks for LGBTQ Travelers

TRAVEL | By Kelsy Chauvin | May 29, 2021

Did you know our National Parks, National Monuments, Memorials, Recreation Areas, Preserves, Shores and other historical sites are filled with LGBTQ history?

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