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YES, you should have had travel insurance

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Story today about couple who booked an $11,000 Viking River Cruise, she died, he decided to take the trip in her memory and VRC wanted an $853 rebooking charge. He got annoyed and went to the press and Viking caved.!

70+ years of age, and $11,000+ equals getting some type of travel coverage!

I am 70+ spending $7000+ in May for European land trip and cruise and that equals getting some type of travel insurance.

They make rules and regs for a reason and travel insurance is available for a reason which is why I posted in Europe and not just cruises as it affects all travelers.

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