In Review: 2015 the Gayest Year

2015 was a historic year for the LGBTQ Community in the US and around the world. Here is a sample of some of the places that moved forward with equal rights: Luxembourg – 1 January Pitcairn Islands – 14 May Guam – 9 June Chihuahua – 12 June United States – 26 June Ireland –…

The Holiday Train Show at The New York Botanical Garden

The Holiday Train Show at The New York Botanical Garden Inspired by an 1888 visit to the Royal Botanic Gardens in England, Nathaniel Lord Britton and his wife, Elizabeth, both botanists, spearheaded a public campaign to establish, with New York City and State, a new botanical garden in 1891, which would become the home of The…

WTTC cautiously welcomes Paris climate deal | News | Breaking Travel News

The World Travel & Tourism Council has welcomed the agreement reached following COP21 in Paris, which binds the world’s governments to report openly on their plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions and keep global warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius. While this agreement does not set specific targets, it does obliges governments to be transparent about…

United States seeks to tighten visa waiver programme | News | Breaking Travel News

Officials in the United States have revealed plans to tighten travel restrictions for visitors using the visa waiver programme. Approximately 20 million people from 38 countries presently enter America each year under the visa waiver programme, which allows travel without needing full visas. Source: United States seeks to tighten visa waiver programme | News |…