Where to spend 2nd week after first week in orlando?

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21. Posted by goodfish (Full Member 256 posts) 4w 1 Star this if you like it!

100% agreement with the sensible minds above that it's nuts to shun the shot. I say that as an individual with a lifelong needle phobia. Couldn't get the jabs (had the Pfizer double whammy) fast enough.

22. Posted by 55vineyard (Full Member 139 posts) 4w Star this if you like it!

We once had a situation where one person refused to get a US passport to travel from Mexico into Belize (this was when you could still travel to Mexico with a birth certificate and drivers' license). As we suspected, their visa request was denied and we left him behind in Mexico for a few days to ponder the error of his ways while we visited Belize.
Make Mr. or Ms "Bulletproof Brigade" aware they are responsible for making their own travel arrangements if the ship denies them boarding. Some people have to learn things the hard way sometimes.

23. Posted by greatgrandmaR (Travel Guru 1950 posts) 4w Star this if you like it!

US citizens right now have to have a negative covid test to get back into the US or if the test is positive I think they have to quarantine. Things seem to be trending in the direction of not needing the additional test if you have had the shots. But I was on a very small cruise ship for a cruise within the US this month (May 2021) and we not only had to have been vaccinated, but they also tested us when we boarded. And I know that the performers (musicians and comedians who were only on the ship a couple of days) also were tested before they were allowed on. I'm sure that all the staff had been vaccinated also.

If the US decides to only admit persons who have been vaccinated, the airlines will not even fly you to the US if you don't have proof of vaccination. They don't want to have to fly you back if you aren't admitted.

I do think the idea of a cruise in addition to an Orlando vacation is a great idea. If you fly into Orlando, you can probably get a shuttle to the ship and if you stay on the grounds of Disney World you might not even need to rent a car. Personally I think driving in the Orlando area is a nightmare and I avoid that area if I can possibly do it. Florida has so many toll roads - you should check to see whether the rental cars have a Sun Pass and how they deal with you paying the tolls. There are some exits where there is no option to pay cash.

24. Posted by road to roam (Travel Guru 1054 posts) 4w Star this if you like it!

Quoting greatgrandmaR

US citizens right now have to have a negative covid test to get back into the US or if the test is positive I think they have to quarantine.

It's important to clarify that this does not apply to U.S. citizens who cross the land border from Mexico, either on foot or in a vehicle. Covid testing for U.S. citizens to re-enter the U.S. only applies to those entering the United States by air. At the moment, Covid testing for U.S. citizens to re-enter the country by land and sea may be suggested, but it is not required.

[ Edit: Edited on 26 May 2021, 23:16 GMT by road to roam ]

25. Posted by greatgrandmaR (Travel Guru 1950 posts) 4w Star this if you like it!

I don't know about Mexico. I think there is some problem with flying into Canada. I cant remember if you can boat or walk into Canada from the US but not fly into Canada or if it is the reverse - you can fly in but not walk, bike or boat.

In any case for the OP, they will be flying. I'm not going to suggest that they fly to Mexico and walk across. And since they aren't US citizens that might not work anyway.:)

26. Posted by goodfish (Full Member 256 posts) 4w Star this if you like it!

Canada isn't the OP's destination so whatever the restrictions are for that one doesn't matter!

27. Posted by road to roam (Travel Guru 1054 posts) 4w Star this if you like it!

Quoting greatgrandmaR

I don't know about Mexico. I think there is some problem with flying into Canada. I cant remember if you can boat or walk into Canada from the US but not fly into Canada or if it is the reverse - you can fly in but not walk, bike or boat.

In any case for the OP, they will be flying. I'm not going to suggest that they fly to Mexico and walk across. And since they aren't US citizens that might not work anyway.:)

I am only clarifying what you said about U.S. citizens entering back into the United States.:) Indeed, what I quoted from you earlier has nothing at all to do with the OP (or this thread) but you mentioned it first. :) Still, it's important to let others who may stumble upon this thread know that U.S. citizens only have to get the appropriate Covid test before re-entry into the United States only if they are flying into the United States.

[ Edit: Edited on 27 May 2021, 00:43 GMT by road to roam ]

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29. Posted by greatgrandmaR (Travel Guru 1950 posts) 4w Star this if you like it!

Quoting road to roam

Quoting greatgrandmaR

I don't know about Mexico. I think there is some problem with flying into Canada. I cant remember if you can boat or walk into Canada from the US but not fly into Canada or if it is the reverse - you can fly in but not walk, bike or boat.

In any case for the OP, they will be flying. I'm not going to suggest that they fly to Mexico and walk across. And since they aren't US citizens that might not work anyway.:)

I am only clarifying what you said about U.S. citizens entering back into the United States.:) Indeed, what I quoted from you earlier has nothing at all to do with the OP (or this thread) but you mentioned it first. :) Still, it's important to let others who may stumble upon this thread know that U.S. citizens only have to get the appropriate Covid test before re-entry into the United States only if they are flying into the United States.

Yes I know - and I didn't know that about Mexico so it was good that you added it. I also realize that mentioning Canada was also a bit of thread drift. I'm guilty of that -my mind tends to go off on tangents.

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