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Best Western Hotel by Zion National Park

Springdale, Utah is the closest town to Zion National Park and houses the visitors traveling to the area along with the employees that bring the town to life. Along the only main road, Highway 9, in Springdale are a number of hotels, eateries and shops all of which...

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Western Caribbean Cruise: Ruby Princess

As 2014 approached and about two months removed from my 5-day cruise onboard Princess Cruise Lines Flagship Royal Princess, I found myself itching to go on another cruise.  I started to roam the websites of Disney, Royal Caribbean and Princess Cruise Lines to get an...

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Mammoth Cave Accessible Accommodations in the Park

Depending on your travel plans, you may want consider staying in or near Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. Of course, it is always much more fun and convenient to stay in the park. So if looking to stay overnight here are the wheelchair accessible options at...

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Rafting the Colorado River with a Wheelchair

Kegan Reilly, a 33-year-old rafter and paraplegic, and I lean back-to-back against each other, shivering.  Even with wetsuits, this is a really cold business.   We wait for the next drill to send us back into the 45 degree water.   Kegan looks like he is having more...

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Visiting Ashland, Oregon with 2 Power Wheelchairs

Ashland, Oregon is stunningly beautiful. Nestled in a valley, the surrounding hills blanketed in green create a magical place. Home of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ashland offers great food, friendly people, world-class entertainment and glorious sunsets. Our gang...

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Accessible Hotels in NSW Australia

New South Wales offers the savvy traveller easy access to breath-taking natural treasures and one of the world’s most famous and vibrant cities. Soak up Sydney’s gorgeous harbour, outdoors lifestyle, and natural beauty. Or escape the crowds and venture further north...

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Toronto, Canada Accessible Travel Overview

Toronto is a cosmopolitan centre offering culture, shopping, sports, and much to see and do when traveling with a wheelchair. It’s Canada's largest city, the Province of Ontario's capital, and the fourth-largest city in North America - and apparently, a place the...

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Utah: Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah offers a series of viewpoints of the canyon, some with short walkways that are accessible. The park provides a printable PDF guide but updates along with additional information are provided below. The only accessible paved trail in...

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Utah: Capitol Reef National Park Accessibility

Capitol Reef National Park is located in south-central Utah and protects its most famous attraction, the Waterpocket Fold, and the surrounding eroding rocks. The park was given its name because of an area of white Navajo sandstone that somewhat resembles the US...

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Long Island, NY Accessible Transportation Options

As a born and raised Long Islander, organizing transportation for even the smallest local adventures is something I’ve had to do throughout my life. Populated by widely spread out suburban towns, most Long Island destinations are rarely within wheelchair rolling...

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Accessibility of the Visiting the Hoover Dam

The creation of Hoover Dam, aimed to control the Colorado River, was a monumental engineering accomplishment that set precedent for future large construction projects. Half of the dam is in the state of Nevada and the other is in Arizona. Two clock towers can be seen...

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Australia Gold Coast Accessible Home for Rent

Australia is one of the most wonderful places in the world to visit and the Gold Coast in sunny Queensland is a popular holiday destination with many accessible attractions available along with one of the most accessible holiday homes in Australia. Award winning...

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Trip to San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio Texas is a nice southern part of Texas, two hours from Corpus Christi and two hours from Austin.  While it is a historic city, a lot of the things that you may want to see are all in one generalized area so that makes moving around with a disability...

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Travel in Nepal: Accessibility Review

I have just returned from a familiarization tour of Nepal organized by Four Season Travel and Tours of Kathmandu. There are major infrastructure and human resource training needs still to be met in the country. However I was successful in visiting Kathmandu, Chitwan...

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ADA Rooms @ the Abby Inn, Cedar City Utah

Cedar City is the closest city to stay overnight in if visiting Bryce Canyon National Park (an hour and a half a way). One place to consider staying at is the affordable Abby Inn. It has many of the basic accessible amenities, plus an indoor pool and jacuzzi with a...

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Access Barriers to Public Transportation in Denmark

I tried to use the bus for the first time. There is a manual ramp at the back door. I talked to the driver in English and asked him if he can let the ramp down for me but he never got off his driving seat. When I wanted to get off, some passengers went to the driver...

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Chicago Wheelchair Access Review and Travel Guide

In 2012 I spent three nights in Downtown Chicago. Every local I spoke to would proudly say, “there’s no place like Chicago in the summertime” and I was going to find out why. Upon arrival my body experienced a change of weather shock. The air was hot and humid. I...

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Vancouver, Canada Accessible Attractions

I love Vancouver. The sustainable design of the city filled with friendly, diverse people makes it a model city of the future. From a postman to a Muslim businessman, I had the pleasure of really talking with a several locals, all warm, welcoming and just a joy to be...

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Greece Accessible Tour: Holiday and Vacation Fun!

The archaeological sites and places of historical interest are integral part of the country’s identity, as they connect its past with its present and future. Courses of Greek culture that link past with present and future, like ancient Olympic Games and modern...

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Access at the 5 National Parks of Utah

In 1998 I was paralyzed in car accident and hospitalized in Salt Lake City, Utah for a month. It was time for new memories of Utah, so a girlfriend of mine (Emily) and I decided to embark on a grand road-trip to explore the five Nation Parks in Southern Utah. Since...

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