President Trump knows that if he ends the Great Lockdown early it may cause new waves of pandemic panic and potentially destroy the tourism industry.
For people with a passion for international travel, one nagging dilemma is ever-present. Should we go someplace new? Or revisit a treasured destination?
TULSA — Oil city. Metropolitan. Diversity. Culture. Route 66. History. Just a few of the adjective that comes to mind when thinking about the great city of Tulsa Oklahoma. Known for its wild Tornadoes, the state of Oklahoma has a lot going for it and much of that is found in Tulsa. While you may ...
SEATTLE: Oklahoma City, a thriving cattle town, has blossomed into being a central hub of industry in the state it was named after. Even though we may conjure up images of tornadoes, cowboys, and farmland, this city has a great deal going for it in 2018. It still has industries of oil and natural gas ...
President Trump and world leaders have met in Charlevoix for the G-7 summit. Located in the Quebec Province of Canada, both Quebec and Charlevoix are dynamic travel destinations replete with history, food, incredible hotels and more.
Disabled travel is getting easier all the time and a little research can make it a pleasant experience
Tourism, when the government and local leaders work together, can provide a richer travel experience while making destinations richer.
Until safety and comfort issues are resolved, it is doubtful that many tourists will return. Let's hope the Minister of Tourism is reading.
The debate over casinos in Atlanta continues to rage.
Food does not come from the grocery store; knowing not only where, but how, quality, fresh foods come has spawned a new type of tourism travel - agritourism