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This will not be the first time that has come up.
Sorry to disagree, but it's whisky in Scotland, not "whiskey".
Would I have scrubbed it? I wasn't there, so I can't speak to the specific situation. I don't know the plane, the weather, or the equipment....
Woodford's is OK. Basil Hayden is IMHO better.
But my strong preference is for single malt scotch.
Yes, transit may be an option, but I'd still have to do the notification both for first entry into Germany (transit to CH), then when we go back...
I'm really close to pulling the plug on the trip.
Right now, I have it booked into FRA, catching the train to Basel (CH) for 2 nights,...
My understanding is that you can avoid the quarantine if you upload a vax certificate to their website. Is that not correct?
Yeah, it's red tape after red tape and no cohesive way of doing things. And there are people who would like to do the same stuff here in the States.
Very sad to see. He was a great guy. Blue skies and tailwinds, Bob.
Doing that would be just plane silly.
Yeah, it's a real mess.
This is from the booking page for a hotel in Germany that I looked at:
ANd the new rules from the Swiss
Apparently the Swiss and some of Germany are real sticklers. But the Swiss are very efficient about issuing the passes if you are planning to go...
And in Virginia, big brother - er, the state health department - is contacting every resident returning from an international trip and asking them...
Same thing that makes airplanes fly: money. Lots of money. ;)
I'd bet that there were skid marks in their short, too.
Even the NE Regional isn't too bad depending on the train. Some of the regionals make only a couple more stops than the Acela at a cost savings...
An engine fits nicely in the back of a small U-haul truck.
BTDT when I got a rebuilt engine and drove it from Orlando to Cincinnati.
Glad your experience was good - apparently the Swiss rules have changed in the last few days.
So Switerland, like France and parts of Germany, is...