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2020-07-20 12:31:07 PM  
You can get the coronavirus AND shiatty food!
 
2020-07-20 1:34:28 PM  
Don't believe it.  There are ways to fly in without booking.

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2020-07-20 1:36:17 PM  
And if I trusted American Airlines, I'd be on the plane for a couple weeks there tomorrow.

But the whole "you might die" thing really crimps the fun.
 
2020-07-20 2:54:37 PM  

wejash: And if I trusted American Airlines, I'd be on the plane for a couple weeks there tomorrow.

But the whole "you might die" thing really crimps the fun.


American Airlines, so you're American?

You do know you can't really go there, even if you wanted to, right?

Well, unless your idea of fun is being locked up for 14 days.
 
2020-07-20 3:19:41 PM  
but there's countless of people flooding thru the channel to get there.
 
2020-07-20 4:02:38 PM  

wejash: And if I trusted American Airlines, I'd be on the plane for a couple weeks there tomorrow.

But the whole "you might die" thing really crimps the fun.


This.  Have been a few times, it's a great city.  Once the coronavirus crisis passes, it will pick up.  Brexit might make it a pain, I would like to know what my government (US), has in mind for tourism (visas?  30 days without a visa?).
 
2020-07-20 8:00:37 PM  

Ketchuponsteak: wejash: And if I trusted American Airlines, I'd be on the plane for a couple weeks there tomorrow.

But the whole "you might die" thing really crimps the fun.

American Airlines, so you're American?

You do know you can't really go there, even if you wanted to, right?

Well, unless your idea of fun is being locked up for 14 days.


Being a shut-in who never ever reads the news and lacking access to the Internet, no, I was unaware of this information.
 
2020-07-20 9:25:29 PM  

wejash: Ketchuponsteak: wejash: And if I trusted American Airlines, I'd be on the plane for a couple weeks there tomorrow.

But the whole "you might die" thing really crimps the fun.

American Airlines, so you're American?

You do know you can't really go there, even if you wanted to, right?

Well, unless your idea of fun is being locked up for 14 days.

Being a shut-in who never ever reads the news and lacking access to the Internet, no, I was unaware of this information.


https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/03/wo​r​ld/europe/britain-quarantine-us-corona​virus.html

England will drop its mandatory 14-day quarantine for visitors from more than 50 countries but leave the restrictions in place for travelers coming from the United States, England will drop its mandatory 14-day quarantine for visitors from more than 50 countries but leave the restrictions in place for travelers coming from the United States,

IMHO, American Airlines would do worse, if they actually allowed you to travel as a tourist to the UK. I see why someone who have long term plans in the UK, but as a tourist destination from USA, nah.


I listen to internet radio, from St. Lucia, fun to listen to foreign nations (I am from Denmark), and I like reggea. They have opened up for Americans, they are not to keen, but they need the Dollar. Really nice place.
 
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