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June, 2021


Passenger Taken Off Delta Flight In A Stretcher After Drinking Her Own Alcohol On Board

Delta Air Lines employees in Atlanta were forced to make an emergency landing at the Atlanta airport on Monday after a woman drank enough alcohol to get drunk on an earlier flight and continued to drink on her next flight. An Alabama woman has been taken off a Delta Air Lines flight at the Birmingham airport after drinking alcohol on the plane. The woman, reportedly a Delta employee, was flying from Atlanta to Birmingham to work when she was caught drinking alcohol on board. A Delta spokesman confirmed to theRead More

7 Best Beaches in Hilton Head Island (2021)

Hilton Head Island in South Carolina is a beautiful beach destination that has a lot to offer. The island is located in the Atlantic Ocean, and is home to over forty beaches, which makes it a great place to go on vacation. One of the most popular beaches in the island is called Boneyard Beach, which is a sandy beach that is located on the east side of the island. Hilton Head Island (or HHI) is one of the most popular destinations for vacationers all over the country. Over theRead More

Celebrity Millennium Health Protocols Prove to Be Working After Guests Test Positive

If you are an avid follower of the celebrity Millennium Health Protocols, you might already be aware of the protocol’s success rate. In fact, so many of the participants have raved about the results that it’s hard to find other people who haven’t had success. But now, there’s a new protocol that’s been introduced, which is the Celebrity Millennium Health Protocols Pro. If you’re interested in hearing more about this new protocol, read on. Celebrity Millennium health protocols may not be a new subject, but it is still rare toRead More

People Have Been Trying To Ban Alcohol On Planes Since The 1950s

That’s right, the US government has been trying to ban drinking alcohol on airplanes since at least the 1950s. In the wake of the “Malaysia Airline” disaster of 1949, the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) implemented a rule that stated that “no alcoholic beverages may be served on board domestic or foreign air carrier aircraft” as a result of federal law. The FAA has had a complicated relationship with alcohol since the 1960s, and there was a brief ban on the sale of alcohol aboard domestic flights in the mid-1980s inRead More

Las Vegas Hits Jackpot With Tourism Recovery Efforts

Since the September 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada, the city’s tourism industry has been in full recovery mode. It’s a process that’s been underway for months, since the incident, according to Dan Kelleher, president of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitor Authority. The area’s hotels, casinos, restaurants, bars, and attractions have all seen an uptick in business, he told Travel Weekly. The city of Las Vegas has a history of losing tourism due to high crime rates and a lack of acceptable lodging options for visitors. But, withRead More

Top Family-Friendly Campgrounds in the US

The process of looking for a family camping destination is a bit like an archaeological dig. There are so many different opinions and beliefs amongst those who choose to live the outdoor life. One of the most important things to find out about a camping spot is whether or not children will be allowed to play around the campsite. If there are no areas where children are allowed to run around, the time spent in the outdoors can be compromised. It is a summer tradition for families from all aroundRead More

Hotel Cancels All Summer Reservations To Take More Lucrative Bookings, Hilton Shrugs

Hotel chain Hilton has its hotel reservation site down for maintenance at the moment, but as evidenced by the following screenshot, they are also down for taking bookings for the summer. A spokesperson for Hilton says it is shut for maintenance, and booking will be back up as soon as the work is complete. The company has not responded to an email request for information about what the issue is. If it seems like you can’t book a hotel room for the summer, there’s a reason: the big chains areRead More

Two Women Ejected From Hawaii, Sent To Los Angeles To Get New Negative Covid-19 Tests

Two women in Hawaii were reportedly thrown from a plane after they tested positive for the Zika virus, according to The Associated Press. The women, who are from South Korea, were killed when their plane crashed in Mexico on Friday. Preliminary results from their blood tests showed they also had the Zika virus. As if flying on a Hawaiian Airlines flight with a toddler weren’t enough, two women are suing the airline after they were ejected from a plane landing in Los Angeles for no apparent reason. This story isRead More

Princess Cancels 2021 Canada & New England Cruises

After Princess Cruises announced a plan to add two new cruise ships to their fleet in 2021, Princess Royal canceled her cruise on the line, leaving her successor to the throne, Princess Eugenie, without a cruise vacation. It’s official. Disney Princess will be canceling their cruises in 2021. The cruises were Princess’s most successful product under the brand, and Disney has decided to withdraw it due to low ticket sales. The cruises were the first line under the brand, and Princess was never intended to be a cruise line. PrincessRead More

Carnival Cruise Line Issues Vaccine Mandate for Two Ships in July

On June 4, Carnival Cruise Lines announced that it will require all passengers traveling on the company’s two newest ships to be vaccinated for the flu by July 1, 2013, and that the company will not be offering any exceptions. In a recent order, Carnival Cruise Line is mandating that passengers on two of its ships get a flu shot. The order was made due to the fact that the company had suffered heavy losses due to the flu in 2016. Carnival also added that they will be adding theRead More