Donna Hull had been feeling like something was off with her back during the river cruise she was on, but forged on anyway with the day’s excursion they had already booked. On the land extension of a luxury river cruise, I woke up in a Lucerne, Switzerland, hotel room unable to get out of bed. With my husband’s help, I walked the few, excruciatingly painful steps across the floor to the bathroom. Returning to the bed, I curled up into a ball and cried. After spending two nights in a hospital, my bill had ballooned to over $7,000. The back injury resulted in surgery, once I returned home to the U.S. This required that I cancel an upcoming month-long South Pacific cruise. Thankfully, both trips were insured. The travel insurance company covered 100% of my medical costs also refunded every penny of the cancelled cruise. People who have traveled a lot tend to get giddy with anticipation and enjoy the planning process as much as the actual journey. Many who have been stationary most of their life see the big scary world out there quite differently, however. They concentrate on all the things that could harm them. Whether you’re just… Read full this story
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