San Francisco is first major city to require vaccinations at indoor venues
On the Sunday, August 15th edition of The Travel Guys…
- In the Travel News, San Francisco has become the first major city to require vaccinations at many indoor venues, including restaurants. Seems as though New Orleans might be next. Mark reports on a new railroad in the Rockies, a ride which takes you to the edge of the Utah National Parks.
- Mark was in the Chicagoland area last week, around O’Hare Airport, attending a conference. He has reviews on a variety of restaurants, a hotel chain’s fall from grace and a thank you to the local police department. Bottom line: some information you can use the next time you are overnighting near O’Hare Airport in Chicago.
- Killresortfees.com is a web site dedicated to educating you about how you can help in the fight against those troublesome fees. We have a guest to help us understand if there’s any chance we might see the end of resort and other similar fees in our lifetimes.
- Finally, Mark and Tom close with some observations about traveling currently. What are some of the do’s and don’t for vaccinated travelers today.
- San Francisco Becomes First US City To Require Proof of Vaccination at Indoor Venues
- ‘Vaccine passports’ are here. Here’s how to prove your Covid-19 vaccination status on your phone.
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- Ned Levi of Travelers United – His Photography, just for fun
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- Sign the petition to keep COVID flight credits valid