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mexico8

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    Quebec
  • Interests
    shopping (dw) and bridge (dh)
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    We like them all for different reasons
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    Baltic
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    Europe - Noordam - October 14, 2004

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  1. We loved the Koningsdam when we sailed her about 18 months ago. We really enjoyed the salad bar in the Lido. They had bowls the size of mixing bowls and we actually lost weight because we enjoyed the variety in those salad bowls. We got to pick the ingredients and the server placed everything in the bowls. Also enjoyed the casual spots for sandwiches and hot dogs and hamburgs and the music venues. There was always good dance music to listen to and dance to. Great for people watching as well. We had a cabin that had a partial blocked view that was large and a big balcony
  2. Maybe your travel agent or consultant at HAL would be able to answer your question. We are also sailing on the Rotterdam in November 2021 (hopefully).
  3. Thanks for the info and good for you and your friend. We have 40 days coverage with the Federal Government Health Insurance plan (Sun Life) but it does not have cancellation insurance and if we are away longer than 40 days we don't have coverage so we buy a yearly plan with Medoc.
  4. If only your crystal ball was working!!!
  5. I have a Travelscoot and it's supposedly the lightest travel scooter. I can lift mine and put it in my trunk. It does fold up with a little effort so it would fit in any car. The seat comes off etc. I have travelled extensively with it and would not leave home without it. Not cheap but well made - I just bought my second one and will sell the older one that it still in excellent condition.
  6. I also have a Travelscoot and have not had any problems with taking my scooter on excursions. It does fold up and bus drivers were always helpful in putting it underneath in the storage area or my husband would do it. Not sure now with Covid restrictions if it will be the same. Hope it's fine.
  7. We have a cruise booked with Holland America for Nov. 21st from Fort Lauderdale. Hoping it will not be changed or cancelled but don't want to cruise if everyone is not vaccinated. Not sure how Florida are going to handle it.
  8. We are retired from the Federal Government but I don't think it's a DB pension. Thanks for the info.
  9. Two questions for you: 1. Are you Canadian and 2. What is DB pension? Thanks.
  10. Just found this and happy there is a section for Canadians. Read the first 10 pages and I was getting tired of the politics of the vaccinations and borders etc. Decided to skip to the last page so I could read other topics. We have a cruise booked for November that departs from Fort Lauderdale and we are concerned about the rules for cruisers and having to be vaccinated etc. We want to cruise if all passengers and crew have to be vaccinated. We have had both our vaccinations and hope the cruise happens. We will be 4 star Mariners with HAL and now we get free laundry s
  11. Your first paragraph says it all. I have a mobility scooter that I bring on multiple cruises and know that I have to book early to get an accessible cabin. As you say the poster wants to ignore all the posts that state the obvious to them.
  12. I would say if it's "on the meter" that would be for the car and not per person.
  13. We also have had Johnson (Medoc) insurance coverage for many years and had a couple of claims while on cruises. I had a couple of stays in the medical office on the ship and it was very, very expensive. Over $10,000 for a few days with meds etc. We then had to book new flights home (earlier than planned) and our insurance covered those costs as well. They were excellent to deal with (although it did take a few months). We would not travel without that insurance in the future.
  14. We also have had Johnson (Medoc) insurance coverage for many years and had a couple of claims while on cruises. I had a couple of stays in the medical office on the ship and it was very, very expensive. Over $10,000 for a few days with meds etc. We then had to book new flights home (earlier than planned) and our insurance covered those costs as well. They were excellent to deal with (although it did take a few months). We would not travel without that insurance in the future.
  15. We also have had Johnson (Medoc) insurance coverage for many years and had a couple of claims while on cruises. I had a couple of stays in the medical office on the ship and it was very, very expensive. Over $10,000 for a few days with meds etc. We then had to book new flights home (earlier than planned) and our insurance covered those costs as well. They were excellent to deal with (although it did take a few months). We would not travel without that insurance in the future.
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