Amsterdam’s tourism bureau is trying to make sure tourists don’t miss out on the city’s popular key West Coast beaches.
A recent batch of flyers has been circulating online that offer an introductory price of €2.50 for the privilege of seeing Key West in person.
The offer includes a trip to Key West, which has a population of about 11 million, as well as a day of fun and relaxation with the city at Key West’s renowned Old Key West beach.
The cost of a trip varies by location and includes food, beverages, snacks, and entertainment.
Key West Beach is home to more than 150 restaurants and bars.
For the uninitiated, Key West is located near the Caribbean Sea and is a popular tourist destination for the city.
It’s a short trip away from the U.S. mainland, but it’s a two-hour drive.
The city is also known for its stunning views, including the famed Key West lighthouse.
The only problem?
The beach has been closed to the public since November, 2016 due to a coronavirus outbreak.
The beach reopened on April 6, 2018.
The tourist bureau says the flyers have attracted interest from people from all over the world.
However, they also point out that some countries don’t allow travel to Key East due to concerns about the spread of the virus.
That’s why the flyer offers a discount if you’re from a country that allows travel to the area.
There’s also a link to a list of countries that are not allowed to visit Key West.
The bureau has also started a new website for people who want to buy tickets.
It will also start a Twitter account with an avatar of Key West to encourage people to check it out.
KeyWestKey West beach is one of the best Key West beaches in the world, but the city has also experienced a coronave outbreak that has killed more than 3,000 people.
As of this writing, there are more than 50,000 confirmed cases and 3,100 deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The virus is spread through direct contact with blood or body fluids, including sweat, urine, and faeces.
The CDC estimates that there have been at least 1,400 deaths in the U-S.
and at least 17,000 infections, and some countries have already closed beaches.
The beaches in Key West are home to some of the most popular destinations in the region, including Key West Golf Club and Key West Casino.