I thought I had a picture somewhere.
Pods by Rob, on Flickr
johnm wrote:I can't find the picture now, but there was a great idea from Holland, tables in a little greenhouse each with the food and drink passed in through the window on a board like the ones they use for loading a pizza oven Cleaning the greenhouses between customers ought to be possible and bob's yer uncle
seanxair wrote:What are the chances do you think of us being allowed to chunnel across and then drive down for our annual SD? And would we be welcome? Obviously eating out is part of the fun.
Miscellaneous wrote: Being denied international travel for pleasure is, I'd suggest, a price worth paying to mitigate the risk of a second wave. Even on economic considerations alone.
skydriller wrote:If there were any economic considerations going on then no country would have shut down and crashed their (and the global) economy over the last 2-3 months.
seanxair wrote:Miscellaneous wrote:seanxair wrote:...but I think if they can let our two weeks to a French family it might be best for them and us long term.
Why? Do you think a French family are less likely to have and spread the virus? Certainly in the UK I think holidaying may be discouraged for some time yet.
I don't at all.
kanga wrote:The elephant in the room is, presumably, whether the governments in the favoured holiday destinations in our near neighbours will by the summer regard UK visitors as 'low risk'
Pete L wrote:..
Are we about to reclaim Aquitaine? Reclaim the reputation of British tourists.
simon32 wrote:..I would eat in a more up-market restaurant where the tables are well spaced and there is waitress service...