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PostPosted: Sat February 17, 2024 4:18 pm 
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Hoping to go to Vancouver for the tour. Taking my youngest son to the shows, but the whole family is coming.

I know nothing about Vancouver except it looks pretty. I do think I’m going to fly to Seattle and rent a car because I’d rather drive a bit than have insane connections like Dallas (to Minneapolis- why?) or Denver (my least favorite airport in the world). So….

Arrive in Seattle Thursday night. Friday I’d like to either go to Rainer or maybe Olympic and drive down the coast as far as Astoria. Any advice?

We’ll head to Vancouver for 3 days from there. Where should we stay, eat, go? We’ll have a full day between shows and the day of the second show to explore.

That’s a lot of driving.

I love driving.

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Driving like four hours south on Friday and then another couple hours to Vancouver…that’s more than I would want to do for fun


They’re different days, and I’m from the Midwest. We drive to everything. I’m not going to pass up an opportunity to see a great national park because it’s a few hours in a car. I thought Ranier was less than 2 away. If I went the other way, I understand going as far as Astoria is more of a hike, but that drive might be part of the fun. I love the ocean and live about as far from it as you can.


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I did not know commercial flights went anywhere near the earth’s poles. You can fly from Santiago, Chile to Sydney, Australia in 14 hours by passing very close to the coast of Antarctica. There’s a flight from Seattle to Dubai that flies over the North Pole.

Just seems like it’d be dangerous, especially if a plane went down. Not a ton of assets n the areas. But I guess minimizing jet fuel and time trumps all.


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I did not know commercial flights went anywhere near the earth’s poles. You can fly from Santiago, Chile to Sydney, Australia in 14 hours by passing very close to the coast of Antarctica. There’s a flight from Seattle to Dubai that flies over the North Pole.

Just seems like it’d be dangerous, especially if a plane went down. Not a ton of assets n the areas. But I guess minimizing jet fuel and time trumps all.

I love flights like that...I have the map on the whole time and am always glued to it...I google places that ive never heard of of those canyons in the ocean that you fly over..cool stuff


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spike wrote:
I did not know commercial flights went anywhere near the earth’s poles. You can fly from Santiago, Chile to Sydney, Australia in 14 hours by passing very close to the coast of Antarctica. There’s a flight from Seattle to Dubai that flies over the North Pole.

Just seems like it’d be dangerous, especially if a plane went down. Not a ton of assets n the areas. But I guess minimizing jet fuel and time trumps all.

I love flights like that...I have the map on the whole time and am always glued to it...I google places that ive never heard of of those canyons in the ocean that you fly over..cool stuff

ugh fuck the map


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spike wrote:
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spike wrote:
I did not know commercial flights went anywhere near the earth’s poles. You can fly from Santiago, Chile to Sydney, Australia in 14 hours by passing very close to the coast of Antarctica. There’s a flight from Seattle to Dubai that flies over the North Pole.

Just seems like it’d be dangerous, especially if a plane went down. Not a ton of assets n the areas. But I guess minimizing jet fuel and time trumps all.

I love flights like that...I have the map on the whole time and am always glued to it...I google places that ive never heard of of those canyons in the ocean that you fly over..cool stuff

ugh fuck the map

for our flight tomorrow, flighaware has us way up into the Canadian northern territories and over Greenland...looking forward to it..9-10 hours, booze and a bed


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also, I have not packed or cleaned much of the house and we leave for the airport in 24 hours..not that its dirty but friends are staying here to take care of the dog..


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made it to London...already been to a pub for a whiskey and some fries with malt vinegar and some bone marrow gravy..


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 Post subject: Re: Travel thread
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made it to London...already been to a pub for a whiskey and some fries with malt vinegar and some bone marrow gravy..


If you are near the King's Cross area, check out the Wilmington Pub. In Clerkenwell. Cool area with some pedestrian streets nearby, but they have a really good Scotch Egg there.

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 Post subject: Re: Travel thread
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also, do yourself a favor and go to the bunkenshire area of new florksten. there's an awesome place there called merkinford that has great food.


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also, do yourself a favor and go to the bunkenshire area of new florksten. there's an awesome place there called merkinford that has great food.

hard to believe a place with merkin in the name is appetizing.

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also, do yourself a favor and go to the bunkenshire area of new florksten. there's an awesome place there called merkinford that has great food.

hard to believe a place with merkin in the name is appetizing.

it's my favorite pubic square in all of new dumbleham


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Chris, please calm down.


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heading down to Brixton for some crazy good Indian lunch spot today and then some great seafood at J Sheekey tonight..love that place
https://j-sheekey.co.uk/?utm_source=Loc ... um=organic


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That does sound excellent.


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doug rr wrote:
daft twat wrote:
Hoping to go to Vancouver for the tour. Taking my youngest son to the shows, but the whole family is coming.

I know nothing about Vancouver except it looks pretty. I do think I’m going to fly to Seattle and rent a car because I’d rather drive a bit than have insane connections like Dallas (to Minneapolis- why?) or Denver (my least favorite airport in the world). So….

Arrive in Seattle Thursday night. Friday I’d like to either go to Rainer or maybe Olympic and drive down the coast as far as Astoria. Any advice?

We’ll head to Vancouver for 3 days from there. Where should we stay, eat, go? We’ll have a full day between shows and the day of the second show to explore.

I'll type you up a list at some point..


Still waiting. Got a pm from one of the best Canadian Rmers of all time with helpful info. He doesn’t post here anymore (that’s your clue it isn’t Stickman).


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daft twat wrote:
doug rr wrote:
daft twat wrote:
Hoping to go to Vancouver for the tour. Taking my youngest son to the shows, but the whole family is coming.

I know nothing about Vancouver except it looks pretty. I do think I’m going to fly to Seattle and rent a car because I’d rather drive a bit than have insane connections like Dallas (to Minneapolis- why?) or Denver (my least favorite airport in the world). So….

Arrive in Seattle Thursday night. Friday I’d like to either go to Rainer or maybe Olympic and drive down the coast as far as Astoria. Any advice?

We’ll head to Vancouver for 3 days from there. Where should we stay, eat, go? We’ll have a full day between shows and the day of the second show to explore.

I'll type you up a list at some point..


Still waiting. Got a pm from one of the best Canadian Rmers of all time with helpful info. He doesn’t post here anymore (that’s your clue it isn’t Stickman).

surfndestroy?


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Chris_H_2 wrote:
daft twat wrote:
doug rr wrote:
daft twat wrote:
Hoping to go to Vancouver for the tour. Taking my youngest son to the shows, but the whole family is coming.

I know nothing about Vancouver except it looks pretty. I do think I’m going to fly to Seattle and rent a car because I’d rather drive a bit than have insane connections like Dallas (to Minneapolis- why?) or Denver (my least favorite airport in the world). So….

Arrive in Seattle Thursday night. Friday I’d like to either go to Rainer or maybe Olympic and drive down the coast as far as Astoria. Any advice?

We’ll head to Vancouver for 3 days from there. Where should we stay, eat, go? We’ll have a full day between shows and the day of the second show to explore.

I'll type you up a list at some point..


Still waiting. Got a pm from one of the best Canadian Rmers of all time with helpful info. He doesn’t post here anymore (that’s your clue it isn’t Stickman).

surfndestroy?

that was my guess too.

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Chris_H_2 wrote:
daft twat wrote:
doug rr wrote:
daft twat wrote:
Hoping to go to Vancouver for the tour. Taking my youngest son to the shows, but the whole family is coming.

I know nothing about Vancouver except it looks pretty. I do think I’m going to fly to Seattle and rent a car because I’d rather drive a bit than have insane connections like Dallas (to Minneapolis- why?) or Denver (my least favorite airport in the world). So….

Arrive in Seattle Thursday night. Friday I’d like to either go to Rainer or maybe Olympic and drive down the coast as far as Astoria. Any advice?

We’ll head to Vancouver for 3 days from there. Where should we stay, eat, go? We’ll have a full day between shows and the day of the second show to explore.

I'll type you up a list at some point..


Still waiting. Got a pm from one of the best Canadian Rmers of all time with helpful info. He doesn’t post here anymore (that’s your clue it isn’t Stickman).

surfndestroy?


Correct. One of RM’s finest. Wish he’d post here again. Will definitely heed his advice.


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daft twat wrote:
Chris_H_2 wrote:
daft twat wrote:
doug rr wrote:
daft twat wrote:
Hoping to go to Vancouver for the tour. Taking my youngest son to the shows, but the whole family is coming.

I know nothing about Vancouver except it looks pretty. I do think I’m going to fly to Seattle and rent a car because I’d rather drive a bit than have insane connections like Dallas (to Minneapolis- why?) or Denver (my least favorite airport in the world). So….

Arrive in Seattle Thursday night. Friday I’d like to either go to Rainer or maybe Olympic and drive down the coast as far as Astoria. Any advice?

We’ll head to Vancouver for 3 days from there. Where should we stay, eat, go? We’ll have a full day between shows and the day of the second show to explore.

I'll type you up a list at some point..


Still waiting. Got a pm from one of the best Canadian Rmers of all time with helpful info. He doesn’t post here anymore (that’s your clue it isn’t Stickman).

surfndestroy?


Correct. One of RM’s finest. Wish he’d post here again. Will definitely heed his advice.

He is way too busy getting laid.

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