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  1. Give it about 3-5 more months, this will all be a memory. Many things are happening right now that will change all of this (of course not shown in MSM).
  2. These vaccines won’t have clinical trials completed for 2 years. Anyone that has participated is part of the trials.
  3. I think this is awesome! I am not jabbed and have no intention of getting jabbed. I think it’s very discriminatory to assume all of us want or will take this fake jab. I work with 3 people that are fully vaccinated. They all ended up with Covid (aka flu A/B) about 2 months later. I also work with someone pregnant that took her jabs while pregnant. She gave birth to a full term still born the last week of April. Two other friends now have neurological issues that they never had before their jabs. 😡 The media has hyped this stuff so far up, it’s all a smoke screen.
  4. That’s a no for me and my husband. We are both immune compromised. I tried a flu shot about 10 years ago. I ended up in the ER very ill (actually admitted). That was the only time in my life I have ever had a flu shot (required for my job). I will never do that again. My husband has never had a flu shot and he is 60. Vaccines are simply not for everyone. (I work in healthcare). If this is a requirement to cruise, we will be done.
  5. Great thread... My husband; USMC, 1977-1979 Combat Engineer. He is very ill now (and disabled) due to be stationed at Camp LeJeune. 😞 God bless all of our men and women who served. 🇺🇸
  6. I’m not sure who had asked me but yes, we had paid our cruise in full in February for our sailing in May. Wishing all the best with their FCC’s....
  7. We were booked on May 24, I cancelled on April 5 because I knew the cruise wasn’t going to happen. I received my FFC in May and applied it to a June 21 cruise, then that one was cancelled. I now have rebooked to October this year. I did not have to put down any deposit money, it was part of my FCC. I did have to pay some tax for the 2 of us (around $182) but that was it. I do use a great TA so I don’t know if that makes a difference.
  8. I had cancelled my May 24 cruise on April 5. I just checked my FCC, it expires on 12/31/21.
  9. If it isn't broke, don't fix it. I see nothing broken.
  10. We are beach people all the way so we stay at the Hilton Oceanfront. They have restaurants onsite that are pretty good, other restaurants nearby, groceries nearby for a wine grab, and of course...the ocean is right there. I just can’t bring myself to come to Florida and stay inland.
  11. The moral of these stories would be; anything can change when you are on a cruise ship. If you don’t understand that from the start, maybe cruising might not be your thing. We have cruised numerous times when ports were missed, people were injured so we rerouted, etc. Things happen.....everyday.
  12. Yes, we received one on the our last 3 cruises. When you do a booking online, the page after you state how many cabins you need, the next page asks if you are eligible for any discounts. There you check your state and if you are military or police, etc. When you get to final booking page, it will show if there is a military discount available. As well on our Harmony cruise in May, we caught 3 price drops. (This is in US, not sure about other countries, FYI) Best of luck to you!
  13. Unfortunately, you will have to complete the September cruise to get your points to get to the diamond status. I hope you have a great cruise. 😊
  14. We usually eat anywhere but the Windjammer. Neither of us are fans of that venue. There are many great places for lunch. Sorrentos, Park Cafe, Cafe Promenade, Johnny Rockets (charge), etc. Enjoy yourself! 😀
  15. Congratulations.... I remember that feeling as well. Enjoy your perks! 😀
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