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The hotel building isn’t going anywhere but its iconic blue flag comes down after today.
Guests, employees and hospitality experts are reacting with nostalgia and excitement as the hotel’s time under the famous blue flag comes to an end.
To make matters worse, Hamilton was quickly blue flagged and overtaken by race leader Verstappen and teammate Valtteri Bottas.
In 1866, a special insignia—a square blue flag with a white foul anchor in the center and four white stars at each corner—was designed to fly from the mainmast of a vessel whenever the Secretary of the Navy was aboard.
The natives on that island carry the same U.S. passport and pledge allegiance to the same red, white, and blue flag.
The blue flags represent two of London’s ancient trade guilds, the Worshipful Companies of Dyers and Vintners.
On a little wisp of a street in Manhattan’s Chinatown, across from a post office and a beauty salon, there’s a storefront marked by a blue flag and a name scrawled in neon: The Good Sort.
For three consecutive years Offshore Adventures has won the prestigious Wessa blue flag, an international award for environmental excellence.
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