Warnings issued for Spring breakers heading to Mexico
As spring break nears, the U.S. government is warning Americans to stay out of much of Mexico because of rising drug-cartel violence -- and tells travelers to one of Mexico's most popular beach destinations to stay close to their hotels. A newly expanded travel warning from the State Department says that U.S. travelers should avoid four entire states, as well as large areas of ten others, most in the north and west of the country. read more...
22 cruisers robbed during shore excursion in Mexico 2/26/12
Travel warning for Mexico Feb. 8th
An FYI…note major resort areas NOT included in warning…
U.S. updates Mexico travel warning
The U.S. State Department updated and expanded its travel warning for Mexico due to growing drug violence and the spread of cartels.
Statue of Liberty temporarily closes
On October 29th, just two years after the Statue of Liberty reopened to visitors, the monument will shut down for a year to conduct renovations. Check your guides for dates on opening information.
|Princess will soon be returning to the Port of Galveston
Princess Cruises announced it would resume sailings out of Texas in 2012, something it hasn't offered since 2007. The line says the 3,070-passenger Crown Princess will move to Galveston for the winter of 2012-13, operating a series of 19 seven-night sailings to the Western Caribbean that feature stops in Costa Maya, Mexico; Roatan, Honduras; Belize City, Belize; and Cozumel, Mexico. The voyages will kick off on Dec. 22, 2012 and continue through April 27, 2013.
High Gas Prices = Surcharges in Travel
For detailed information about steps you can take to ensure a safe trip, see How to Have a Safe Trip. Meanwhile, here are some quick tips to make your travel easier and safer: