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Mexico City Launches Latin America's Latest Cable Car Line

Mexico City Launches Latin America's Latest Cable Car Line

TRAVEL | By Diego Delgado | Mar 5, 2021

Mexico City has launched the first of what it hopes will be several cable-car lines serving the poorer outskirts of the city of 9 million.

Take These 7 Precautions Before And During Your Next Trip

Take These 7 Precautions Before And During Your Next Trip

TRAVEL | By Chauncey Crail, Contributor, and Dia Adams, Editor | Mar 4, 2021

Even when there isn't a global pandemic, there are safety precautions you can take while traveling to help protect yourself and your companions.

Others Test, Check, Trace: Mexico Lets Tourists in Speedily

Others Test, Check, Trace: Mexico Lets Tourists in Speedily

TRAVEL | Mar 4, 2021

Even as other countries institute airport testing, tracing and mandatory isolation, Mexican authorities bragged Wednesday about the speed with which they let tourists exit the terminal at the resort of Cancun.

Smokies Sees More Than 12M Visitors Despite Virus Closure

Smokies Sees More Than 12M Visitors Despite Virus Closure

TRAVEL | Mar 4, 2021

Despite closing for more than a month because of COVID-19, Great Smoky Mountains National Park experienced its second busiest year on record last year.

In Latest Test Flight, SpaceX Starship Explodes on Impact

In Latest Test Flight, SpaceX Starship Explodes on Impact

TRAVEL | By Marcia Dunn | Mar 4, 2021

SpaceX's futuristic Starship looked like it aced a touchdown Wednesday, but then exploded on the landing pad with so much force that it was hurled into the air.

Sun, Sand and Shots: Caribbean Seeks Vaccines to Revive Economy

Sun, Sand and Shots: Caribbean Seeks Vaccines to Revive Economy

TRAVEL | By Dánica Coto | Mar 3, 2021

The Caribbean is hunting for visitors and vaccines to jump-start the stalled economy in one of the world's most tourism-dependent regions.

Albanian World Heritage Travel Site Struggles Without Tourists

Albanian World Heritage Travel Site Struggles Without Tourists

TRAVEL | By Llazar Semini | Mar 2, 2021

Gjirokastra, a city in southern Albania recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its Ottoman-period architecture, has lost nearly all of tourism business in the past year.

How a Gay-Owned Michigan Campground Exposed Anti-Trans Bias in the Queer Camping Community

How a Gay-Owned Michigan Campground Exposed Anti-Trans Bias in the Queer Camping Community

TRAVEL | By Dan Allen | Mar 1, 2021

Soon-to-open Camp Boomerang RV Park and Campground announced it would open this spring and cater exclusively to gay men, setting off a controversy about transgender guests that's reverberating through the queer camping community.

England's Lake District: The Breakout Star of 'Supernova'

England's Lake District: The Breakout Star of 'Supernova'

TRAVEL | By Ivan Quintanilla | Mar 1, 2021

England's Lake District is the breakout star of "Supernova." The pristine beauty that inspired the Romantic poetry of William Wordsworth and the beloved children's stories of Beatrix Potter will be steering the movie's audiences toward northwest England.

Saddle Up For a Good Time in Plano, Texas

Saddle Up For a Good Time in Plano, Texas

SPONSORED CONTENT | Mar 1, 2021

Across the Lone Star State are pockets of early American history, untouched nature and trademark gastronomy. But few cities in Texas kick up so many of those enticing experiences in one compact destination as Plano.

Germany Limits Travel From French Region Over Virus Variant

Germany Limits Travel From French Region Over Virus Variant

TRAVEL | By Frank Jordans | Mar 1, 2021

Germany announced Sunday that travelers from France's northeastern Moselle region will face additional restrictions because of the high rate of variant coronavirus cases there.

Watch: Mexican Police Arrest Gay Couple for Kiss: 'Children are Present'

Watch: Mexican Police Arrest Gay Couple for Kiss: 'Children are Present'

TRAVEL | By Kilian Melloy | Feb 27, 2021

Police arrested a same-sex couple for sharing a kiss on a public beach, declaring that the reason the men were being handcuffed was that the display of affection took place where "children are present."

Fort Lauderdale's Expanding Vision for LGBTQ Travel

Fort Lauderdale's Expanding Vision for LGBTQ Travel

TRAVEL | By Matthew Wexler | Feb 26, 2021

If you think you know Fort Lauderdale, think again. A new campaign rolls out an all-inclusive welcome mat for the LGBTQ community as Florida's holiday hot spot.

Qantas Expects to Start International Flights in October

Qantas Expects to Start International Flights in October

TRAVEL | Feb 25, 2021

Qantas Airways does not expect to resume international travel apart from New Zealand until late October after the Australian population is vaccinated for COVID-19, the airline's chief executive said on Thursday.

UK to Push at G-7 for Global Standard on 'Vaccine Passports'

UK to Push at G-7 for Global Standard on 'Vaccine Passports'

TRAVEL | By Jill Lawless | Feb 24, 2021

Britain plans to use its presidency of the Group of Seven economic powers to push for an internationally recognized system of vaccine passports that could allow world travel to resume.

Gun Provocation Reveals Tension in Michigan Tourist Haven

Gun Provocation Reveals Tension in Michigan Tourist Haven

TRAVEL | By John Flesher | Feb 23, 2021

Some 90 minutes into a routine meeting of the Grand Traverse County board, its agenda packed with mundane topics such as roads and libraries, came a surprising seven seconds that drew the kind of national attention no local government wants.

Texas's Other Deep Freeze: The Frozen Margarita

Texas's Other Deep Freeze: The Frozen Margarita

TRAVEL | Feb 22, 2021

Fifty years ago, in 1971, Dallas restaurateur Mariano Martinez invented the frozen margarita machine, forever freezing in time the city's claim to America's favorite cocktail.

First Look: The French Quarter's First New Hotel in 50 Years

First Look: The French Quarter's First New Hotel in 50 Years

TRAVEL | By Matthew Wexler | Feb 22, 2021

Nothing can keep New Orleans down, and a highly-anticipated hotel opening in the French Quarter is just one reason to toss some Mardi Gras beads.

Brewing Up LGBTQ Unity in Coastal Virginia

Brewing Up LGBTQ Unity in Coastal Virginia

TRAVEL | By Kelsy Chauvin | Feb 22, 2021

It may sound daring to open a business during a pandemic. But if you're going to, it may as well be a brewery and bar. Enter out entrepreneur Whitteney Guyton, who's tapping into the best that Coastal Virginia has to offer.

Boeing: 777s with Engine That Blew Apart Should Be Grounded

Boeing: 777s with Engine That Blew Apart Should Be Grounded

TRAVEL | Feb 22, 2021

Boeing has recommended that airlines ground all 777s with the type of engine that blew apart after takeoff from Denver this weekend, and most carriers with the planes in their fleets said they would temporarily pull them from service.

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