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Old 08-05-2013, 10:23 PM   #16
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my only purpose in my post was to suggest taking meds for illnesses on your cruises. The European especially because there aren't any Walgreen's in the port towns. I didn't want to be negative toward Disney. With the exposure in all the public spaces (airports, planes, restaurants) as well as the fatigue that 12 hours of travel can bring.....the odds of catching something are indeed high.

I do wash my hands frequently with soap and water, and I consciously avoid even using my hands in public places if possible. My receipts went to my insurance company as well.
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my only purpose in my post was to suggest taking meds for illnesses on your cruises. The European especially because there aren't any Walgreen's in the port towns. I didn't want to be negative toward Disney. With the exposure in all the public spaces (airports, planes, restaurants) as well as the fatigue that 12 hours of travel can bring.....the odds of catching something are indeed high.

I do wash my hands frequently with soap and water, and I consciously avoid even using my hands in public places if possible. My receipts went to my insurance company as well.
Thank you for the suggestion! Our upcoming trip on the Magic will be our first ever cruise and I hadn't thought to bring decongestants before reading this, but it does make sense to do so. My husband tends to have sinus pain when he catches a cold, so I will definitely add some decongestants to my mini first aid kit. I am going to have to have a good think now about anything else I should be packing!
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