I’ve never been to the Bavarian Alps but after seeing this album I really want to go (does anyone know if that cabin is available for rent on Aibnb?) You know the drill — tell me if you booked this flight, or have questions about what to do in any of these incredible places
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Seattle-Amsterdam: February 21-March 2 on United for $449
Seattle-Brussels: February 21-March 1 on United for $457.
Seattle-Copenhagen: February 22-March 3 on Lufthansa and Air Canada for $449.
Seattle-Luxembourg: February 22-March 3 on Lufthansa for $483.
Seattle-Munich: February 21-March 2 on Lufthansa and Air Canada for $487.
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