Have you tried anti Gordon spray, should be able to pick some up at your local Walmart................
Fortunately neither of us suffer from allergies.
I do feel sorry for those that do suffer.
Cruising is a wonderful way to enjoy retirement.
It was Wednesday night that a feather came out of one of my pillows and I realized what the problem was. The cabin stewardess changed out all of our pillows to foam, and with the visit to the doctor that day, I was good to go.
I've been to the allergist, had the punch test and know exactly what I am allergic to. Tons of indoor/outdoor stuff - feathers being one of them. So is my son...I had our stewardess take the feather pillows out of their cabin before the boarded for the 2nd week.
Unfortunately Sudafed and Nasal Spray are must packing items for me. I have the same problem with feather pillows Corky. That's why I pack my own foam pillow when traveling. The small contour ones work well and they can be bundled down with a bungie cord to save space.
I've seen many people with those on a plane, but never thought about using one to sleep with at hotels/cruises, etc...just for the plane.
Allergies - I am currently living on...an Aleve-D, a claratin and prescription nose spray...spring will be over soon though. LOL