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tallyho8

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  • Location
    Who Dat Nation
  • Interests
    hounds and horses and seeing the world
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    All of them
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Alaska

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  1. The bubble tours put you with all the other unvaccinated people and at higher risk and if one of them later tested positive, you also, will be quarantined. Not my idea of an enjoyable cruise.
  2. This morning on the Interstate, I looked over to my left and there was a woman in a brand new Cadillac doing 65 mph with her face up next to her rear view mirror putting on her eyeliner.I looked away for a couple seconds and when I looked back she was halfway over in my lane, still working on that makeup.As a man, I don't scare easily but she scared me so much; I dropped my electric shaver, which knocked the donut out of my other hand.In the confusion of trying to straighten out the car using my knees against the steering wheel, it knocked my cell phone away from my ear which fell into the cof
  3. I had Delta change my flight today also. I was booked to go to Seattle for an Alaskan cruise on September 18 on Alaska Airlines non-stop roundtrip. Alaska changed times too late to make the cruise and too early to come home so I booked with Delta. Today Delta changed my flight too early to board on the way home so I had to change it through Expedia. After an hour I got my flight changed to a one stop but have to contact Delta to get my seats reserved. I called Delta and was told to hold on that they will get to me in 2 hours. My battery would be dead by then. I will try calling abo
  4. I booked it for a Europe cruise on the Nieuw Statendam on 8-8-21. The cruise was cancelled. I wonder if they will let me book another BOGO to replace it or if I simply get a FCC?
  5. Well, I want to ride it in 2 1/2 weeks on my 76th birthday. If it went completely upside down I would not ride. Age has changed a few conditions for me.
  6. I'll be there in 3 weeks and report back some that are open or closed. If Tropicante is closed my next choice would probably be the Krazy Lobster. I hope Fernando's store is still open so I can get some good special Tequila to bring home with me.
  7. I know someone who got one free through Medicaid with his doctor's prescription. I think Medicare and all insurance policies are different so you may want to make a phone call to your insurance company's customer service.
  8. My wife has a small fold up scooter that we take with us everywhere. We usually book a regular balcony but were able to get a handicap cabin on our last cruise which has plenty of room. Two tips when booking a regular cabin: First, if you have them make the beds together instead of 2 twins you have more space for the scooter. Second, if you can choose a cabin that has the bed by the balcony instead of by the bathroom, you will have much more room to bring the scooter in. Here is a photo of a handicap cabin we were just in:
  9. I guess FTTF people will hate me for this but I hate FTTF and think it is just another way for Carnival to charge people for something that costs them nothing. As soon as they realize they can charge some people more money for something that costs them no more they will start with other things, such as: * Pay extra for early dining *Pay extra to view early show *Pay extra for a guaranteed seat at the comedy show *Pay extra to get your luggage delivered to your room sooner *Pay extra to use the Platinum line at guest services *Pay extra to use the Speed
  10. I've sailed on quite a few Carnival ships in the last few years and the menu doesn't look very different to me at all. There are still plenty of choices for me.
  11. I started out with only 3 cruises booked for the next 18 months but as they got cancelled I booked more. Booked, cancelled, booked, cancelled, booked, cancelled, etc.
  12. My wife has a small fold up Triaxe scooter. They are not recommended for everyone because they are the fastest because she likes to ride on bike trails with me. They are barely larger than a suitcase you check in when folded and we have had no problem taking it on any plane flights. Compared to most scooters, it is like a car in 3rd gear where most are like a car in 1st gear. It can not go up a steep incline like the slower ones in the lower gear but it is great for traveling long distances in short order. The battery usually stays charged all day. It would be dangerou
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