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spookwife

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  • Location
    Pepsicola FL
  • Interests
    cruising, natch
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal and Celebrity
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    anywhere

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  1. You can get it more than once. I have three family members who got it twice. You can bet the farm they got vaccinated too. It does no harm to get vaccinated after already having C19.
  2. While I refuse to do insides, these are very well set up. Love the window seat.
  3. Generally speaking, there will be one show during the week that is 18+. The comedian. They also do a family friendly show. Otherwise, one, maybe two venues go adult only at like 9 or ten pm. everything else is no age limit( other than the adult pool, which is 16+)
  4. This is a case of pretty much needing to go through a TA. Only a couple of options across each different fleet, especially if you have a particular destination in mind. Furthermore, HA cabins are the first to sell out so if you need connecting ones as well, you will need someone quick on the trigger to snag it and the cabin next t to it the minute the cruise goes live
  5. Many disagree with that opinion. The sound of a two year old shrieking..in pain, laughter or anger, is physically painful to my husband due to several ear surgeries. Kids do not make a vacation enjoyable for those who want to relax by a quiet pool and read or work on their tan. Nor do I enjoy being tackled as I walk down a Pway and a pack of roaming pre teens come barreling around the corner. I think Disney does the best at providing child free areas for the adults who want that experience while still catering to the families that want to do everything together. kKSF i
  6. I read that article and couldn’t decide if that was the case or not. The way it’s worded, either interpretation could be accurate. im just wondering how much of an interest in cruising the Israeli population has. Is there pent up demand like in China, or is this gonna be the test that basically ends cruising as we know it?
  7. Mine is. In fact I have a 2022 carnival cruise booked with her for their big 50th anniversary event.
  8. I have a carnival booked for 2022..my father wanted to go on their big anniversary shindig but hates going alone and paying the single supplement. It was booked long before the pandemic really got going. I had an Alaska on Royal booked which had been rescheduled 5 times before I finally threw in the towel and got a full refund. I will not book any more until AFTER there have been at least 90 days worth of sailing from US ports with no huge problems. I’m not willing to tie up money for a pipe dream otherwise
  9. Technically a PP card is good for land travel only between the US and Canada/Mexico. It was marketed as a lower cost alternative to comply with post 9/11 security measures. I grew up in a time where you could drive over the border to pick up cheap Canadian beer as an 18 year old and return to NY an hour later and not have to show so much as a valid college ID. my father left his passport home once but was able to board with his NYS REALID compliant DL. ( no birth certificate in hand). I believe that was Carnival. Might have been NCL. This was 3-4 years ago now. once cr
  10. Ours took just over 4 weeks. We were told it could take until the end of January, but it showed up last week.
  11. It’s a giant window sized flat screen TV. Me, personally, wasn’t a fan. You lose seating or storage, or both. It still looked fake, no breeze, and the lighting was ‘off’..not true natural sunlight. if you only sail interior, and it’s not more than $5 a day to upgrade to VB, it’s probably worth it once for the novelty
  12. Fed up with all the rigamarole. Every time we shift to another cruise it seems our FCC covers less and less. Took the refund since who knows what will change next. Between his job’s internal quarantine requirements, big Navy and their ever changing policies, general Florida issues, it’s a Charlie Foxtrot .
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