August 21, 2004
Travel Advisories U.S. State Department
We all have security issues and concerns at this time and the State Department offers many suggestions for destinations, including warnings and reasons of concern in certain countries.
Federal Aviation Administration
The FAA also offers a site that highlights safety issues at airports and onboard aircraft, including what you can and can't carry onboard. Also included is informaiton on airport security and onboard the plane. This is a valuable site.
What to Pack
Packing and traveling advice for all travelers.
Find a Gay/Lesbian Travel Agent
Find an IGLTA member agent to help you plan your vacation.
Research your Destination
Providing information for over 220 countries.
Track flights by airline, flight number, city and/or date.
Time Zones, Calendar, and Current Time all over the world.
Universal Currency Converter
Convert currency and find out current exchange rates.
Find and order brochures for your destination of choice.
Find facts from the CIA about your chosen location.
Find out what you are allowed to bring into and out of a country.
Foreign Travel Entry Requirements
Find out if you need a Visa or Passport to enter into the country.
Locate the closest U.S. embassy to your destination.
Travel Destination: England
The British Tourist Authority was one of the first to develop a gay guide for their country and they did it very well! The Britain Inside and Out is an “essential” guide to lesbian and gay Britain! Visit their web site at gaybritain.org and check out discounts, calendar of events, etc. Britain has covered all the bases!
Britain welcomes everyone to the land of Sir Elton John, Pet Shop Boys, Rupert Everett and of course Boy George. London’s expanded National Portrait Gallery honors figures in our community such as Virginia Woolf, Oscar Wilde and other gays sons and daughters of the British Crown.
A week in England is truly and adventure with its culture, history and gay life!
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