Gulliver: The U.S. has a problem with travel to Mexico

The Associated Press – Florida Travel & Tourism Bureau spokesman Michael Ladd said Wednesday the agency has suspended all travel to the state for two days while the agency reviews information from a travel log on a Florida resident that has been linked to Gullivers travel.

A spokesman said the agency received a complaint from an individual in Georgia about a travel plan Gullivens shared with his family in January that included travel to a hotel in Georgia and then the Georgia border.

“Our goal is to make sure we have all of the facts,” Ladd wrote in an email.

“We have not had any further information to share at this time.”

A spokeswoman for the U.K.-based Gullviver’s travel company said the company has suspended its travel to Florida for the next two days because the company was receiving complaints about the travel log.

The company said it is in the process of verifying the information and that it has not received any further complaint from Florida residents about Gullivia’s plans.

“There are two main points to consider: firstly, the integrity of the information; and secondly, the safety and security of the U