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Prost Seattle

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    Cooking, traveling,
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    Hawaii, Europ

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  1. When things are open, if you live in a state without mountains, I’d recommend going up to Paradise at Mt. Rainier. For my friends who are from the prairies, they are always astounded by the grandeur of Mt. Rainier.
  2. A good friend of mine had covid19 and was hospitalized in South Korea in March. He just had an antibody test last week, it came back negative. So if the antibodies are lasting less than 4 months, I don’t know how many times a year we’ll be getting the vaccine. I think people who feel that there will be a significant portion of the population vaccinated but next summer will be disappointed.
  3. I live in Capitol Hill in the thick of things. Seattle isn’t the hellhole some are saying it is.
  4. So are some of you who think the numbers are inflated think this isn’t a big deal? Life should return to normal? I don’t understand the thought process here.
  5. http://www.starlinetowncar.com/blog/get-from-the-seatac-airport-to-your-cruise-with-seattles-best-town-car-limousine-company/ Their rates line up with what was posted up thread.
  6. I hope Celebrity and RCL have been learning lessons as well. A robust IT and accurate website would go a long way to easing customer concerns.
  7. One of my favorite land vacations is Walla Walla, Washington. There are some great wineries and a lot of amazing food. You can rent bikes, there’s nice trails around town to ride on, and friendly people. The bed and breakfast we stayed at (Inn at Blackberry Creek) was charming and the people were great there. it’s in a historic neighborhood with a large park nearby that had an aviary. If you go for a drive to the north you’ll get into the rolling hills of wheat farms, and when it’s time for harvest the contrast of the blue skies and golden hills is startling. I always feel li
  8. Perhaps there will be cruises without Americans. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/23/world/europe/coronavirus-EU-American-travel-ban.html?action=click&module=Top Stories&pgtype=Homepage BRUSSELS — European Union countries rushing to revive their economies and reopen their borders after months of coronavirus restrictions are prepared to block Americans from entering because the United States has failed to control the scourge, according to draft lists of acceptable travelers seen by The New York Times. That prospect, which would lump American visitors in with Russians and
  9. RCL/Celebrity seems to be the cruise line that plans the earliest date available on the calendar vs. the other lines, and also the last one to make their announcements.
  10. If the cruise lines choose to become US corporations and pay appropriate taxes and follow US Labor law, I would support this. They haven’t, and they won’t, so I will ensure I write my congress people to keep the PVSA in place.
  11. I understand that newer and larger ships have a lower break even point, but wouldn’t there be certain itineraries that couldn’t fill them?
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