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SeaCrest OceanFront Hotel at Pismo Beach, CA

The SeaCrest OceanFront Hotel in Pismo Beach is located on the central coast of California in between San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara. Sitting right on the beach, there are ample ocean views. Hotel Amenities Parking: Self-parking and valet are available, but there...

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Oaxaca and Mexico City Wheelchair Travel Tips

I am a T2 paraplegic and I travelled through Mexico for a month in a manual chair with my boyfriend, who is not in a wheelchair in 2016. I spent the majority of my time in the city of Oaxaca and a few days in Mexico City. Depending on where you visit, you will likely...

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Wisconsin Potawatomi State Park Camping & Trail Tips

Potawatomi State Park is located in Door County of northeastern Wisconsin. For those of you not familiar with WI, it’s the peninsula or thumb pointing into Lake Michigan. Door County is known as a great vacation place with many wineries, a lot of artistic influence...

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Rome, Italy Wheelchair Accessible Travel Tips

When I found out my brother had decided to do a destination wedding in Switzerland, I was jazzed: a joyous excuse for a trip to Europe! One of the great things about Europe is that the continent is compact: once you're there, it's easy to sample numerous different...

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Vision Impaired Biking Tour in New Zealand

Aoteaoroa / New Zealand was the chosen location for a tandem biking adventure for a group of three blind and vision impaired friends.  And what an adventure it was too. Covering over 300 km from the South Island’s Southern Alps to the Pacific Ocean over a period of 5...

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Eugene O’Neill National Historical Site

The Eugene O’Neill Historical Site is a beloved residence of one of America’s most influential playwrights and a Nobel Peace Prize winner. Overlooking Mt. Diablo in Danville, California, Eugene moved his family here in the 1930s because the picturesque landscape...

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Talkeetna Lodge in Talkeetna, Alaska

The Talkeetna Lodge in Talkeetna, Alaska is a luxurious accommodation for visitors with views of the mountains of Denali National Park, including Mount McKinley, and a grand stone fireplace in the lobby. The small town of Talkeetna has a few shops and restaurants for...

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Congaree National Park, SC Accessible Hiking Tips

Congaree National Park is located at the southern end of South Carolina, just outside the state capitol of Columbia. It is a preserved wildlife area, receiving the most government protection from mankind’s footprints. Part of the park’s boarder aligns with the...

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Nisene Marks State Park near Santa Cruz, CA

The Nisene Marks State Park, located just right off Hwy 1 near Santa Cruz California, is a beautiful peaceful redwood forest on the coast. It became a State Park in 1963 by donation of the Marks family and was also the epicenter of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. The...

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Caledonia State Park, Pennsylvania Camping

The 1,125-acre Caledonia State Park in the state of Pennsylvania is located between Chambersburg and Gettysburg along the Lincoln Highway, US 30. The park is nestled within South Mountain with farmlands on either side and the Blue Ridge Mountain Range to the north....

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Accessible Cruise to Alaska’s Inside Passage

Four years ago I took my very first cruise which happened to be to one of the best destinations a person could ever dream to visit, Alaska.  Since then it has been my dream to visit again.  This past May my dream became a reality as my parents and I spent another...

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Malta Island near Italy: Wheelchair Accessible Travel

Malta is a fast growing tourist destination for European travellers  especially after the violent events that Turkey and Tunisia have recently witnessed which made the demand grow on visiting the country. The country joined the EU in 2004 and despite that joining the...

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Exploring Peru with a Wheelchair

If you ever have the opportunity to visit Peru, take it!  Lima is a vibrant city of about 25 million, and is full of things to do.  One of the things Lima is most known for is its food.  If nothing else, you can entertain yourself by trying out the many restaurants...

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High Cliff State Park, Wisconsin Wheelchair Access

On the northeast corner of Lake Winnebago, the largest lake in Wisconsin, you will find High Cliff State Park. High Cliff is just what the name says, it’s located on a cliff along Lake Winnebago and gives a great view of the northern portion of the lake. It offers a...

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Cleveland, Ohio: Things to Do with a Wheelchair

Cleveland, Ohio is a historical U.S. city with a diverse population that share a love for good times, food and drinks. Situated along the Lake Erie, Cleveland was a local hub early on and has continued with these roots while adapting itself with some modern twists....

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Columbia, South Carolina Marriott Hotel

The Marriott in Columbia is located downtown, just a few blocks from the University of South Carolina and about twenty miles from Congaree National Park, which is a great day-trip location.  Hotel Amenities Main Doors: Automatic  Check-In Desk: Has a lowered section...

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Brice Hotel in Savannah, Georgia

The Brice Hotel in Savannah, Georgia is a chic, boutique hotel on the edge of the downtown area.   In the center of the hotel is a lovely courtyard surrounded by patio lights, which makes it a great setting for special events. Other little lounge areas are located...

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Helendorf River Inn in Helen, Georgia

Helen is a quaint little down along the Chattahoochee River surrounded by the mountains and wine country of Georgia. Many of the buildings replicate a Bavarian Alpine town, creating a unique and picturesque place to stay. The Helendorf River Inn Suite & Conference...

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Portland, Oregon Wheelchair Access Travel Guide

The city of Portland was settled because of the transporting potential for passengers and cargo, especially lumber along the Willamette and Columbia Rivers. Portland, or the “city of roses,” is a thriving metropolis with a quirky vibe all its own. One of the most...

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Florida Coral Reef State Park Wheelchair Access

This marine wonderland was the first undersea park in the U.S., established in 1963 to preserve and protect nearly 70 nautical square miles of living coral reefs, mangrove swamps, seagrass beds, and tropical hammocks. Located on the coast of Key Largo in the Florida...

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