Yes Mav, its fast approaching... June 15th is a date thrown around... it will be cutting it very close. Have not heard when International travel will be opened here. It appears that the EU will open internally to each other but the logistics are still being discussed.Nerodog,
I appreciate your updates. And no, it's this July 3rd., 2020. We go twice a year, every year, to Bavaria. That's why I'm so panicked !July 3rd is coming up soon
Brett: I don't think too many New Yorkers have manners that are good enough to pass as Canadiens. And we give ourselves away with jaywalking and pronouncing "out"
apparently that's what some posters here are sayingBrett: I don't think too many New Yorkers have manners that are good enough to pass as Canadiens. And we give ourselves away with jaywalking and pronouncing "out"
If they are trying to pass themselves off as Canadiens they will not be mispronouncing out as they will be speaking en Francais. And sorry but many Canadians and Canadiens are trying to keep the border closed until things seem more under control in both countries. Don't take it personally.
so noted.Sorry mine was a comment on the spelling Canadiens which refers to French Canadians versus Canadians which refers to those of us who are English speaking.
Hmmm....I wonder if this will change after June 15th or for July, August.Yikes, just saw this on United's website under alerts:
By the order of Germany’s Federal Ministry of the Interior, passengers are not allowed to enter Germany with the exception of:
Passengers allowed to enter Germany must proceed directly to their own home or other suitable accommodation to self-isolate for 14 days. This does not apply to merchant seamen without Coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms.
- Nationals of Germany
- Passengers with permanent residence in Germany obtained before Coronavirus (COVID-19) or with a D-Visa issued by Germany
- Husband, wife, child and registered partner of nationals or residents of Germany
- Passengers with evidence that their travel is to perform a professional activity, e.g. commuters, diplomats, nursing staff, food industry personnel, specialists
- Passengers in transit to their home country, if there is no other travel option. The purpose of travel and the entry requirements for the destination must be proved.
- U.S. military personnel stationed in Germany and their family members
- Merchant seamen who are going to sign up on board or leave Germany for the purpose of repatriation