This past year was a big for tourism in many parts of the world, including Florida, Cuba and Vietnam. However, tourists have been avoiding central London since last July's terrorist bombings, and a Sheraton Hotel in Mexico City is in hot water with both the US and Mexican governments for expelling a Cuban delegation there to meet US business leaders.
- Florida announces record tourism for 2005
- UK tourist spots see visitor numbers crash
- Ho Chi Minh City welcomes double-digit increase
- Cuba tourism boom
- Mexico City officials attempt to shut down U.S. hotel