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Celebrating Vermont Pride: A State of Freedom and Unity

Celebrating Vermont Pride: A State of Freedom and Unity

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jul 12, 2021

Who says Pride only happens in June? The Pride Vermont Parade & Festival (Aug. 28—Sept. 5) is reason alone to head to the LGBTQ-friendly Green Mountain State, but there's plenty more to discover once you arrive.

4 Tourists Ordered Off of Bali for Violating Virus Restrictions

4 Tourists Ordered Off of Bali for Violating Virus Restrictions

TRAVEL | By Firdia Lisnawati | Jul 12, 2021

Indonesia on Monday ordered four foreign tourists to leave the resort island of Bali after violating health protocols as the country endures a devastating wave of COVID-19 illnesses and deaths.

Spain, Portugal Frustrated by Shifting Virus Travel Policies

Spain, Portugal Frustrated by Shifting Virus Travel Policies

TRAVEL | By Barry Hatton | Jul 12, 2021

Spain's top diplomat pushed back Friday against French cautions over vacationing in the Iberian peninsula, as southern Europe's holiday hotspots worry that repeated changes to rules on who can visit is putting people off travel.

Malta Requires Visitor Vaccination Proof to Curb New Cases

Malta Requires Visitor Vaccination Proof to Curb New Cases

TRAVEL | Jul 12, 2021

The Mediterranean island nation of Malta is requiring proof of coronavirus vaccination for visitors 13 and up, the first European Union nation to do so.

Warner Bros Studio Tour Expands with DC Universe, Potter

Warner Bros Studio Tour Expands with DC Universe, Potter

TRAVEL | By Jonathan Landrum Jr. | Jul 12, 2021

Batman's secret cave, Harry Potter's cupboard under the stairs and the apartment from "Friends" are major centerpieces to the huge Warner Bros. studio lot expansion.

OUT in Colombia Wins IGLTA Foundation's Impact Award

OUT in Colombia Wins IGLTA Foundation's Impact Award

TRAVEL | Jul 11, 2021

Boutique LGBTQ+ tour operator OUT in Colombia has won the IGLTA Foundation's inaugural Impact Award for responsible tourism and development.

Inside Provincetown's Legacy of Transgender Representation

Inside Provincetown's Legacy of Transgender Representation

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jul 10, 2021

From the Portuguese immigrants of the 1860s and the varied artists of the 1900s to today's flourishing LGBTQ community, Provincetown continues to be a haven of acceptance.

Phuket Draws Tourists Despite Rising Thailand Virus Cases

Phuket Draws Tourists Despite Rising Thailand Virus Cases

TRAVEL | By David Rising, Chalida Ekvittayavechnukul | Jul 9, 2021

A week into an ambitious but risky plan to open the Thai resort island of Phuket to vaccinated visitors, signs were encouraging that the gambit to resuscitate the decimated tourism industry was working, even as infections elsewhere in the country surged.

Canada's Flair Airlines Plans Flights to US in October

Canada's Flair Airlines Plans Flights to US in October

TRAVEL | Jul 9, 2021

Canadian budget carrier Flair Airlines said Thursday that on Oct. 31 it will begin flying to six U.S. leisure destinations including Las Vegas; Fort Lauderdale, Florida; and Palm Springs, California.

Billionaire Blastoff: Rich Riding Own Rockets Into Space

Billionaire Blastoff: Rich Riding Own Rockets Into Space

TRAVEL | By Marcia Dunn | Jul 9, 2021

Two billionaires are putting everything on the line this month to ride their own rockets into space. It's intended to be a flashy confidence boost for customers seeking their own short joyrides.

Passenger Arrested After Taking Over Small Plane in Alaska

Passenger Arrested After Taking Over Small Plane in Alaska

TRAVEL | By Becky Bohrer, Mark Thiessen | Jul 9, 2021

A passenger on a small plane bound for a tiny western Alaska community said he tried to end his life when he took control of the plane's yoke and caused it to nosedive before the pilot was able to regain control.

Do I Need to Take Precautions at Hotels if Vaccinated?

Do I Need to Take Precautions at Hotels if Vaccinated?

TRAVEL | By Dee-Ann Durbin | Jul 8, 2021

"Hotels are safe, but I think there are individual personal factors that may sway you one way or another," says Dr. Soniya Gandhi, associate chief medical officer at Cedars-Sinai Marina del Rey Hospital.

A Visit to Dallas Reveals Pride All Year Long

A Visit to Dallas Reveals Pride All Year Long

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jul 7, 2021

Rainbow flags fly high during June, but the measure of a city's genuine Pride occurs the rest of the year. Dallas Pride is as big as the state itself, and the city continues to be one of America's most exciting LGBTQ+ hotspots.

Why Vacations Feel Like They're Over Before They Even Start

Why Vacations Feel Like They're Over Before They Even Start

TRAVEL | Jul 7, 2021

When a vacation approaches, do you ever get the feeling that it's almost over before it starts? If so, you're not alone.

Caesars Palace Reveals Extravagant Entrance Renovation

Caesars Palace Reveals Extravagant Entrance Renovation

TRAVEL | Jul 7, 2021

The main entrance to the property will be entirely rebuilt from the ground up, resulting in an arrival experience fit for a Caesar, matching the glamour of the property's iconic hotel lobby.

Greece: Bars Face Closure for Serving Standing Customers

Greece: Bars Face Closure for Serving Standing Customers

TRAVEL | Jul 6, 2021

Authorities in Greece warned Tuesday that bars and restaurants could be shut down if they defy COVID-19 distancing rules following a jump in infections among young people.

Canada, US are Easing Pandemic Border-Crossing Restrictions

Canada, US are Easing Pandemic Border-Crossing Restrictions

TRAVEL | Jul 6, 2021

Pandemic restrictions on travel between Canada and the U.S. began to loosen Monday for some Canadians, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said plans to totally reopen the border would be announced over the next few weeks.

Southwest, American Delays Hint at Hard Summer for Travelers

Southwest, American Delays Hint at Hard Summer for Travelers

TRAVEL | By David Koeing | Jul 6, 2021

This summer is already shaping up to be a difficult one for air travelers.

7 International Airline Credit Cards Worth Applying For

7 International Airline Credit Cards Worth Applying For

TRAVEL | By Eric Rosen | Jul 5, 2021

Here are some of the most significant reasons you should participate in international frequent-flyer programs and, what's more, apply for their co-branded credit cards.

Pride on the Horizon: How Malta Became Europe's LGBTQ Holiday Hot Spot

Pride on the Horizon: How Malta Became Europe's LGBTQ Holiday Hot Spot

SPONSORED CONTENT | Jul 4, 2021

Offering luxury and boutique hotels, 300 days of sunshine per year, history, gastronomy, nightlife, and more, Malta — and its sister islands Gozo and Comino — has emerged as a go-to destination for LGBTQ travelers.

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