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  1. We are booked on the Seine in July. Can't imagine that things will be normal enough to take a trans Atlantic flight by then.
  2. I was wondering if May 31 gets cancelled you would get 125% on top of your 125%. 🙂
  3. Can't predict the earliest I would rebook. Have no clue when airline travel will be back or when I would be comfortable getting on a plane with several hundred random folks. I am still booked for this July but am waiting for the cancellation. Hopefully, summer 2021 will be OK.
  4. I think you are right. I can't imagine that international air travel will be back to normal and not sure what countries will be happy with people coming and going in July.
  5. We are booked for mid July and have mixed feelings. We are expecting for this to extend into the summer, at least to the point where flying between the U.S. and Europe will not be back to normal.
  6. Just looked it up. Can book an oceanview for Aug 3 for just over $600. We were originally planning on this cruise but are passing until things open up.
  7. Actually, most were cafes or restaurants.
  8. One other piece of advice. Be on deck for the trip down the Hudson River. Both ways, even if it is early in the morning coming back.
  9. Think about a taxi to the Boston Commons and start there. There are plenty of maps to guide you. Once you get to the Old North Church you have a choice. Take a taxi back to the port or to Charlestown and then the water taxi back into Boston. Depending on how much time you have, watch the clock and be ready to head back when necessary.
  10. Concur that you should stand between cars for great photos. Also, check if there is an excursion for bus/van up and train back.
  11. We have cruised 5 times from Baltimore, twice in the winter. Both winter cruises had at least one day of rough seas. We were never able to hang outside on day 1. Now this was December, not March.
  12. I was thinking the same thing - that it would have to be a lot cheaper to fly to JFK or LGA than to Newark. However, if you are planning to stay the night in NYC (since you have never been) it makes some sense.
  13. When do you leave. Baltimore temps for March are forecast to be slightly above normal. In DC they are expecting cherry blossoms early. Still it will be hit or miss on whether you will be comfortable at the pool on day 1.
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