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Mediterranean and Egypt Cruise by Wheelchair

INTRODUCTION There aren't many cruise itineraries that allow you to visit 3 ancient marvels like the Colosseum in Rome, the Parthenon in Athens, and the Pyramids at Giza all in one cruise, which is why I was excited to embark on Royal Caribbean's 12-Night Greece and...

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New Zealand Travel Tips: Wheelchairs & Seniors

When you arrive in New Zealand, the airports provide ground staff to assist with boarding and disembarking. Air bridges at the major terminals (both domestic and international) provide level access but at smaller airports fork lifts are used to assist wheelchair...

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Travel New Zealand by Wheelchair

New Zealand is a haven for those seeking peace, rejuvenation and relaxation as well as a playground for thrill seekers and adventurers. New Zealand society is laid-back, diverse, sophisticated, and multicultural, and the honesty, friendliness and openness of Kiwis...

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Tour Bus Whistler, British Columbia is Accessible

At 8am the West Coast Sightseeing Tour Bus arrived at the hotel. The back of the bus had a lift to transport people in wheelchairs inside. Only one wheelchair per tour is able to participate because there is only one set of locking mechanisms. Once the driver secured...

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Go-Karts with Hand-Controls

Experience real head-to-head racing at Pole Position Raceway and discover why indoor karting is the fastest-growing sport in the United States. If you think this is kids play...well, think again! Our high-performance European karts are capable of 45 mph, and that...

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Thailand Wheelchair Accessible Minivan and Driver

Since 2005 I have been travelling to Hua Hin and Bangkok in Thailand. I have been returning every year during wintertime. I love this country with the great foor, smiling people and Buddhist culture. Till 2010 I used a regular minivan, asked them to take out the back...

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The SeaBus in Vancouver, B.C.

The SeaBus in Vancouver connects passengers from the Downtown Waterfront Station to the Lonsdale Quay Station in North Vancouver. The SeaBus runs every 15 minutes during the day and every 30 minutes in the evening. Crossing from one side to the other takes less than...

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Rent a Wheelchair Accessible Bus for Europe Travel

The Jumbulance is Europe’s luxury coach and ambulance in one, designed to accommodate disabled travelers and their parties. There are 2 of these special vehicles and each holds 23 passengers. The Jumbulance travels all around Europe with no country being off limits....

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SF Wheelchair Accessible Taxis Problems

Getting around some parts of San Francisco can be challenging in a wheelchair, especially if using a manual wheelchair because of the hills. Wheelchair accessible taxis in San Francisco has become problematic. They are basically impossible to get. Uber claims to have...

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Bodega Bay Lodge & Spa is a Great B&B with a Bay View

Bodega Bay Lodge & Spa, is a wheelchair friendly place to rest your head and managed by a courteous and professional staff. Every evening the hotel hosts a wine and cheese H'ors D'oeuvres hour from 5-6pm in the lobby. Pathways around the hotels make it easy to get...

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Wheelchair Accessible Taxis for the Los Angeles Area

United Independent Taxi services the greater Los Angeles area for those needing wheelchair access, which means L.A., Hollywood, Santa Monica, Venice, Marina Del Ray, and more. When making a reservation, I was told that the taxi would be there around 30 minutes but was...

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Driving from Northern to Southern California

To get between Northern and Southern California, the two most popular routes are Highway 5 and the PCH1/101 Freeway. Highway 5, which is the most direct way to drive down south. It runs nearly directly down the center of California and takes approximately hours to get...

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Bus System in Victoria, B.C.

The Victoria Regional Transit System, or the bus, is an easy and convenient way to get around Victoria for a wheelchair traveler. All buses are wheelchair accessible and at each bus stop you'll see the universal symbol. If your bus is approaching then try to make eye...

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River Rock Casino Resort by Vancouver

(Review provided by Maureen Fisher) My sister-in-law and I just returned from a wonderful six-day trip to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, where we stayed at the River Rock Casino Resort in Richmond for the second time. The River Rock is located a short 7 minute...

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Reno, Nevada Accessible Places to Stay

Sands Regency Casino Sands Regency Casino gives you the true Reno experience and just a few blocks from downtown and other casinos. The handicapped accessible room was large enough for a power wheelchair and the lower closet bar was within reach as shown in the below...

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Palmer’s Lodge Hillspring in London

Last summer, I made my first trip to London where I stayed at the Palmers' Lodge Hillspring which is located in Willesden. I stayed in London for 6 days and was just going to backpack around the city to see what it had to offer. No set plans for specific attractions....

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Holiday Inn Fisherman’s Wharf

The Holiday Inn at Fisherman's Wharf in the middle of Fisherman's Wharf and Ghiradeli Square. The hotel has 2 sections with the main section having the best access. This property blocks rooms when reserved. 16 wheelchair accessible rooms. 6 with roll in showers. 1300...

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Accessible Restaurants in Vancouver, British Columbia

Al Porto Ristorante (Italian) - This restaurant is wheelchair accessible via the elevator through the Water Street entrance; wheelchair accessible bathrooms inside. Located in the Gastown District. Cardero’s (Seafood) – Take the Seawall at Harbour Green Park to reach...

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4-Day Cruise to Bahamas on the Disney Wonder

My wife and I never thought we would be cruisers. In our minds we always pictured older people on a boat playing shuffle board and eating at a buffet, or playing slots in the onboard casino. As you may have read in my last article my wife and I are Disney nuts. Back...

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Redwood Hiking Trails in Northern California

Think of Northern California and think of redwood trees, the largest trees in the world. Even in the San Francisco Bay Area there are a plethora of wheelchair accessible hiking trails. The most famous is Muir Woods National Monument, located just outside of San...

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