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  1. We just booked two days ago for September 2021 and its all the same as prior promos. Same cruise and suite as we were originally booked for this week but a small price reduction.
  2. The CDC "order' expires on Wednesday the 30th; they will need to make another statement prior to the current order's expiration one would think.
  3. I wonder if Amex has anything to do with it. We got our refund in 4 days from NCL. it was only 2K but I was pleased at how quickly it was credited to Amex. Rep told me 90 days .
  4. Perhaps , but many full fares are in the 2K -3K range. 🙂
  5. Cancelled our planned Mediterranean cruise on May 16, the day that Final was due. Got a full refund ( credit to Amex) yesterday. It was for initial deposit for a suite and a drinks upgrade for a total of 2K. I was told by the rep it would take 90 days so this was a pleasant surprise.
  6. Your basset is beautiful! Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  7. Not a doctor, are you? That's a joke .The "common cold" can kill an immunocompromised patient. I have seen many, many sick and elderly on vents after the symptoms of their "cold" escalated. This scary virus attacks the same population- the elderly and compromised. Those who are under 70 and healthy should have mild symptoms if infected. Passing the virus to the elderly is another story. I would hazard a guess that thousands of us have had it and not even known it was not a seasonal cold.
  8. What is code yellow? Kid pees in pool? That’s what it was when we were Lifeguards back in the day. Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  9. Yes, there are teabags. Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  10. The buffet rational is not paranoia . The reasoning is that some idiot coughs into their hand and then touches the serving spoon. Transmission of virus to spoon. As the virus survives a minimum of several hours on solid surface, it is there when you come along, use the spoon, touch your nose/eyes/mouth and that is your transmission vector. Just wash your hands after serving yourself ( if self serve is even allowed) and you have rid yourself of the goobies) This is also why wearing gloves is a waste of time- you still have the virus on the gloves and then- pull your hair back, touch your lips, wipe your eyes. This doesn’t just apply to Covid-19. Watch people out in public and you will be amazed at how often the face is touched by it’s owner. Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  11. Ditto! My MIL never even lived in the same state as we lived and we get Viking material 3-4 times a week. A week! We get nothing from NCL save the rare advert from the casino. We are not big gamblers Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  12. This may be the most important post in this subject. Thank you , LMB. Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  13. The Sun was unbearable a month ago. It was just as much a smokers lounge as a casino. We spent very little time there; my husband could only tolerate 15-20 minutes. We enjoy the casinos usually , this was awful. Also the ceiling above my machine started to rain water ( I hope) down i. Me one night.... Sent from my iPhone using Forums
  14. Thank you! “Rubber “ gloves are a false sense of security and actually are worse than bare hands!!! I wouldn’t allow them in the buffet either. Or anywhere!! Sent from my iPhone using Forums
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