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Nole Man
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re: Europe, Here We Come!
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About to hit up Moldova so I can check out Transnistria


Best time to go! Before the Russians invade.

We'd had some conversations while in Romania about going to Moldova. Historically, it's viewed by Romanians as part of Romania, so there's a political issue there. Supposedly one of the top wine regions in the area. Not much else that I know of.

The place on my radar that I'll never probably get to is Georgia (no, not the State). Looks amazing.


GOP_Tiger
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re: Europe, Here We Come!
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I'll never probably get to is Georgia


I had a trip planned two years ago and had to cancel. I still really want to go.


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Nole Man
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Lima Whiskey
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re: Europe, Here We Come!
You inspired me to look at the flight schedules. It was 42 hours, with layovers, to get to Tbilisi.


Nole Man
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re: Europe, Here We Come!
Uggh. Where are you flying from? I did a quick search in June and found:

19 hours / 55 minutes.


Lima Whiskey
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re: Europe, Here We Come!
A small town airport

19 is doable


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Nole Man
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re: Europe, Here We Come!
Update from guy I know from Serbia who works for Viking...

We were informed that the season will start this year, perhaps at the end of July. I will definitely be back on Viking when my boarding is scheduled. Most likely in August.

Coupled with the pics I received from a friend in Malaga Spain right now, Europe, Here We Come!



Teddy Ruxpin
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re: Europe, Here We Come!
3 weeks and counting here. Hasn't been easy, but things have finally settled in to the stretch run for departure.


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Nole Man
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re: Europe, Here We Come!
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3 weeks and counting here. Hasn't been easy, but things have finally settled in to the stretch run for departure.


Our hero!

This will be the most anticipated trip report in TB History!


Teddy Ruxpin
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re: Europe, Here We Come!
no pressure though.



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wutangfinancial
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re: Europe, Here We Come!
This is making me feel good about my travel plans this year. Bachelor parties and weddings all year that were all jammed into this year. Then in 2022 international travel should be back to normal.


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Nole Man
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speckledawg
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re: Europe, Here We Come!
2 years delayed, but looking to finally get to Slovenia for Spring '22. Thought about trying this year, but really don't want a diluted trip.


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Teddy Ruxpin
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re: Europe, Here We Come!
Turkish Air announced full catering on international flights and I got way too excited about that.


Athanatos
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re: Europe, Here We Come!
What’s the status on traveling to Europe for Americans? My final destination only requires proof of vaccination, but would it be prudent to get a PCR test anyway? Unfortunately I have two pas through stops in Europe.


Teddy Ruxpin
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re: Europe, Here We Come!
It's opening up more and more. Even Switzerland will be allowing vaccinated Americans starting in about 10 days.

I think it is very wise to get a PCR test if you can. Airline staff are de facto border patrol and make mistakes.

They are free at CVS and Walgreens. Do no get the rapid tests there, as the tests they provide are not on the approved EU antigen test list.


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