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    Boating, Badger, Packers and Brewers, reading, road trips and traveling.
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    Royal Caribbean
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  1. Call! Look on line 4 weeks before and 4 weeks after your current cruise for something you may be interested in and then call and asked. Our son just yesterday did a lift and shift January 2021 to January 2022. He didn't think he'd get what he was interested in but he did. We also did a lift and shift from March 2021 to April 2022. We didn't know about the tool, but were happy we got our 1st choice as well.
  2. We have one more cruise left that has not been cancelled. That is for 3/21/21 on Allure, booked in April 2019. We will not be booking anymore cruises or cruise planner items until cruising restarts. Funding the rolling cancellations are over for us.
  3. We've been booked on Allure since 4/19 in a 8D ocean view balcony. Original booking was at $2540.00 for two. Repriced for the fourth time today at $1677.00. Don't think Allure will be amped before that with that pricing.
  4. We usually tip equal to the prepaid gratuities, making each double.
  5. We have Indy booked for a 5 day Coco Cay and Labadee for 9/14/2020 out of Port Everglades. This sounds like a reasonable itinerary.
  6. Unfortunately the aft cabin dividers can not be opened.
  7. We went back and forth on which way to go. We ultimately decided to take the full refund because of a possible future bankruptcy.
  8. https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports/passport-help/faqs.html
  9. Six months prior for international travel.
  10. I wish you well. And you will get help from Wisconsin, in ways you will never know.
  11. You obviously do not know that the DNC is coming to Wisconsin to nominate their candidate. We do not have a minimal outbreak, we just are doing everything we can to flatten the curve. Our state weathered the pandemic of 1918 because we stayed home. But perhaps this is what everyone needs to remember- the last post by a NYC doctor who died of COVID-19 (and a friend of one of my friends) be kind to one and other, because in the end all we have is each other.
  12. Compassion galore here. I do not live in South Florida, but I do live in the state where we were planning on welcoming 50,000 people from all over the US and PR to join us in mid-July along a beautiful in land freshwater sea. Maybe we should just tell them to stay home and don't come here until they figure things out.
  13. Yes, StarryEyes many failed, many turned their backs on these ships. Do you know the story of the Good Samaritan? Who is your neighbor? Do you want to be the one who just walks by the naked and beaten traveler (like those other countries who said "no" and "not my problem") or the one who helps where needed? I am well aware of the issues of overwhelming the health care system, and I do think that if Wisconsin was called upon we would answer the call. I hope that some day when you are in need someone would reach out to help you and not leave you on the side of the road.
  14. Yes, I totally agree that it is a Florida issue-hence my rant about Florida. However, if you are not from the US it will look like a US issue 😞 Florida needs to do the right thing.
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