My son took a little trip to Florida for two weeks. Three hours early at airport and barely made the flight. Spent two weeks in FL and got Covid19, he is vaccinated and boosted, just the feelings of a head cold. Trip back TSA was so slow he missed flight back and was again there three hours early. I'm just staying home this year and put the trip money into the house.
The lack of spots was a consideration but it was state regulations on were you had to wear a mask or when and what places wanted a VAC card to get in and how many places just went out of business or even some places not allowing people that did not live there to come in or locals giving out of state plate people a hard time. I know it was not real common but I did not want to deal with any of it. Of course in hind sight it would not have seen many miles with the current gas prices either.You don't need a VAC card to cross state lines. It seems to me that was one of the excuses for selling your RV and there were probably other reasons. Your number one reason was probably (being an RVer myself) is that it takes alot of work to vie for the RV spots out there because everybody and their brother has an RV. Too many RV's not enough camping spots.
Isn't the cruise ship port open in Baltimore? I hear that the cruises are nice, even in the middle of the winter.This was a cruise leaving from Greece. So travel overseas involved.
It's almost mandatory to have a charged cell phone and charging cord for anything to do with overseas airport travel. From scheduling a covid test, receiving the results, filling in a US gov covid attestation. Talking (or on hold for hours) with airline or cruise customer service. Without a charging cord I would have blown through a fully charged cell battery while on hold.
Getting a covid19 test at the airport (one is required to return to the US) is a two hour ordeal after scheduling the covid19 test.
Security very slow at Heathrow airport. And annoying. Terminal 5 is so big you need to take a tram from terminal to actual gate area. Add another 15 minutes.
Leisure relaxing vacation?
That's one reason why I prefer to visit Atlantic City.We decided we are only traveling domestically from now on and via car if at all possible.
I just got back from a pretty long trip to Europe, through Spain and Portugal. Without a doubt, the biggest pita was getting back into the US and dealing with customs. It was also they only place I actually needed a covid test (and the window is really short, 24 hours before boarding a plane back to the US.If you travel overseas expect to be at the mercy of the employees at the airline, airport, customs, hotel, etc…
I only want to travel inside the USA until the illness goes away.
Care to rate them, for planning purposes. I am familiar with Cape Henlopen.I am 15 minutes from Delaware beach and have lifetime pass to state park so I can go to the beach & ocean any day I want.
Well if you have young kids, the Delaware Bay is warmer and calmer. So Lewes Beach. Cape Henlopen is on the ocean and large beaches and parking lots. Rehoboth Beach has a boardwalk and hard to park if you are not staying there. Very touristy. Dewey Beach is below Rehoboth Beach and is a more upscale area. And Ocean Beach MD not far away either.Care to rate them, for planning purposes. I am familiar with Cape Henlopen.