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Old 01-09-2017, 12:20 PM #9 (permalink)
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Default Re: Loss of use of limb

Cruise vacations are one of the easiest ways to go when walking becomes a challenge. You can have scooters or wheelchairs delivered right to your cabin. The cruise line will have lots of information if you let them know about possible future needs and will help you make contingency plans. Once you and your wife see how accommodating they will be, perhaps the concerns about the trips will lighten.

We traveled a bit in 2015 and I had the same concerns. Never know how this beast will be affecting 3, 6, 9 months down the road. But the travel insurance and reading about others' experiences here eased my mind and we ended up having the trip of our life. Wishing you great times, too!
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