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Traveling Dot

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About Traveling Dot

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    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Plymouth, MA
  • Interests
    Cruising the world
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Holland America
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Anyplace I haven't sailed yet

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  1. Hi Jacqui, I have booked a few more cruises in the case the one I have already doesn't sail. I have booked the Westerdam 12 Day Holy Land & Ancient Kingdoms May 26 to June 7, 2021. Then the new Rotterdam 14 Day Atlantic Sojourn October 10 to October 24, 2021. And in case the 2021 New Zealand cruise doesn't sail I have booked the Oosterdam 39 Day New Zealand & South Pacific Crossing Collector cruise March 31 to May 8, 2022. 🤔 Thanks, Dorothy 🤗
  2. Jacqui, Sorry to say I am canceling my cruise for this September and changing it to the March 28th, 2021 43 day collector cruise New Zealand and Australia to Seattle. At my age I think it would be safer then. Traveling Dot 😀
  3. Hi Jacqui, Hopefully I will be doing a B2B to Australia and New Zealand leaving Seattle on September 27 on the Oosterdam for a total of 40 days 😎🤗 Only time will tell. Celebrating my 75th birthday.
  4. Like it or not there are US citizens on those ships and I believe they have rights too. If it was you wouldn't you want to be able to get off the ship. As far as the passengers who are not US citizens they are human and should be given the same rights and be able to get off too. But for the grace of God it could be you on that ship.
  5. I just got off the Amsterdam and we got our laundry back on wooden hangers too. I sent the extra hangers back with the basket that the folded laundry came in. By the way if you ever wondered what HB on the laundry slip stood for, I finally figured it out. H stands for "on hangers". And B stands for "folded laundry in a basket".
  6. I heard that the couple who did the arts and crafts had to leave the ship due to a family emergency. That is why there was no more arts and crafts.😐
  7. If you don't need it all the time I would suggest that you buy a travel wheelchair and bring it with you. It is a lot cheaper then renting one. I rented one on the first cruise when my husband needed it and then after that I bought a cheap travel wheelchair for all of our cruises after that.
  8. Has anyone else noticed that when you look at the Itinerary for the cruises it no longer tells you which ports are Tender Ports? :confused: I know it use to tell you which where tender ports before they changed the format. Or maybe I'm looking in the wrong place but even when I look at the itineraries for the cruises I have already booked it doesn't say which are tender ports. This could be a problem for those people who need to know how many tender ports are on a cruise before choosing a cruise when they have to use a wheelchair or even just a cane. :( Hopefully it will be on the p
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