When I lived in Oakland CA in the early 80's, I lived 1 block from the national HDQ of the Hell's Angels Biker Club...they always served hot meals to the neighborhood on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day and held a Toys for Tots Bike Drive every year
Carnival Liberty New Year's Eve 2007
Liberty of the Seas 5/2008+11/2009
Allure 1/16/ 2011
Independence of the Seas 12/29/2013 Top-notch!
I have no idea why anyone would go and see it. I was living in Germany when this happened. No drinking water except bottled. No outside activities except hurrying to your car. Crops were ordered destroyed. It was a scary time for all.
I'd go to Chernobyl for the fifty cent tour. However I would like to have my own radiation survey instrument with me (and yes, I do own one although I need to get it's calibration updated) and I'd also want to carry my own dosimeter so I knew how much radiation exposure I received.
Well I assume you get a radiation badge like some hospital people wear. Turns red you know you have reached your limit on exposure.
HA! I had a radiation badge as well, when I was an EOD tech, working on nuclear weapons. Would I visit Chernobyl? NOPE, don't think that'd be on my short list of places in this big wide world that I'd want to visit.