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  1. Sorry for my delay in responding. I wanted to have the best answers to provide a complete response. I spoke to both my VP of HR and multiple people at our insurance provider: The insurance I am covered under: 1) Covers emergencies outside of the USA while on leisure or business travel (Emergency Health Services - "threat to loss of life or limb") 2) Covers the transport whether ambulance or air back to an In Network Provider in the USA when I am stable 3) I would need to pay Out Of Pocket and submit for reimbursement a) there is an actual form for this "foreign international claim for reimbursement" 4) I would end up only paying Out Of Netowrk copay ($100) So, to one of the points of this thread. Yes, I (and people with similar insurance) would/do need access to credit and/or cash in the moment. However, when all is said and done I, personally, would only be out the $100 copay.
  2. I think a point a lot are missing is that whether a "true" service dog or a pet, if the animal shows aggression, relieves itself indoors, or otherwise is out of control and the handler does not take effective action to control it this can be cause to have the animal removed from the premises. PERIOD end of discussion. Also the dog "must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents using these devices". If you witness such behavior tell someone in a position of authority (e.g. security, an officer, etc. - not the person filling the buffet). Document with photos/videos if necessary and hold the offender (the owner) accountable. Until these people are taken to task via proper channels (not a confrontation in a Captain's Lounge or online) NOTHING is going to change.
  3. Right click the file and then open with....choose your favorite viewer. BTW how are they saved? .jpg, .jpeg? And are you on a mac or something else?
  4. I am not going to comment on anything other than the parade on tv. Technology is not 100%. Weather, signal, electrical glitches, or just the cruise line not paying the fee could all lead to it not being available. If that is a deal breaker, I wouldn't book.
  5. @Flatbush Flyer I appreciate the heads up! I have spoken to my healthcare provider. "Under your plan benefits for emergency services is covered at $100 copay then paid at 100% of eligible expenses." Then I asked an example. "okay so for example I have a heart attack and am transported to a mexican hospital and then from there need to be moved in network. All I'm out of pocket is $100?" Response - "Yes, that is correct!"
  6. I am still employed full time with insurance through work. Am I in the minority that all of this stuff is covered by my health insurance?
  7. Regarding a previous post. While infants/toddlers as the 3/4 passenger do not pay a fare to sail Cunard, they are assessed taxes, fees and port expenses. "Children who will be under 2 years old at disembarkation, traveling in a 3rd or 4th berth will not pay a fare to sail, however they will still be assessed the Taxes, Fees and Port Expenses. Any child regardless of age sailing in a first or second berth will pay full fare."
  8. For those of that are staunchly Coke or Pepsi, how much soda do you drink? 1 - 12oz can a day? A 6 pack? I'm not judging. I just don't get the "firmly in one camp" mentality and I'd like to understand. I drink soda maybe once a week, could be less. I also can't imagine going on vacation and feeling I need a certain drink soo badly I'd have to bring it with me.
  9. Both few hours at the Oasis Lagoon Pool. Few hours at the Oasis Lagoon Beach. Snack Shack, bathrooms, water bar and Swim-up (also has walk up) bar easy walking distance.
  10. @rugerdog I've been thinking of what happened to you during this thread!
  11. Last time I flew into FLL needed to get to MIA I used Uber. The drive from MIA to FLL is about 40 minutes to an hour. Uber June 4, 2018 11:02AM $23.14 FLL to POM 11:59AM (47 minutes) Uber June 8, 2018 8:48AM $34.50 POM to FLL 9:28AM (40 minutes)
  12. Hey y'all thanks for starting the thread PA! Robin don't worry about the gain. My problem is wine and late nights at work. I dropped the birthday 2 so now I'm back to the same weight I've been for about 6 weeks (I think). Keeping my goal of 900 calories for awhile. Haven't hit it yet LOL 11/8 1754 Gym 498 Net 1256 11/9 1577 Gym 411 Net 1133 11/10 1508 Gym 652 Net 856 11/11 1598 11/12 1145 Gym 268 Net 877 11/13 1847
  13. http://www.cruisejunkie.com/Overboard.html 13 November Norwegian Sun From a passenger: On the ship and watched the rescue. Happened off the coast of Freeport in very calm waters with the ship going very slowly on its way to Great Stirrup Cay. Crew did great - from my balcony it appeared that the person climbed into the rescue boat on their own. Very quick rescue. LATER: So word in the ship is that it was a young woman. Jumped off her 9th floor balcony to go swimming. Survived relatively uninjured (a bit of a miracle). Rumor has it she’s in the brig. Cabin 9030 is cautioned taped off. Someone did get full video, so eventually that will be out there.
  14. @babs135 I would assume it's due to the weight and angle/space an escalator would require.
  15. Nowhere on either of the listed benefits does it say early access to Stateroom. There are other cruise lines where "level" gets you early access. It appears Princess does not have such benefit. Captain's Circle Benefits: https://book.princess.com/captaincircle/membershipBenefits.page Suite Benefits: https://www.princess.com/downloads/pdf/ships/PrincessSuite_eFlyer.pdf
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