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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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Overview: San Francisco, CA Access Travel Guide

San Francisco may be one of the hilliest cities in the USA, but this doesn't mean that it is not accessible for wheelchair travel. Power wheelchairs will have more freedom to explore the inner neighborhoods of San Francisco, but those using manual chairs may need to...

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Taking a Cruise: 6 Myths on Travel & Access

For some people, a cruise is the trip of lifetime, a celebration, a repeat occurrence, or perhaps the best and only way to travel, but not a utopia of wheelchair accessible travel. Cruise travel representatives will always say that cruising is wheelchair accessible,...

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Wisconsin Camping: Wheelchair Access Overview

Wisconsin is a great place to live and an even better place to camp. There are numerous private campgrounds around the state along with nearly 50 state-run campgrounds affiliated with State Parks and natural areas. WI State Park Camping Website. The majority of those...

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Naples, Italy Complete Wheelchair Access Guide

Naples is blessed with one of the world’s most beautiful bays and coastlines, hills rugged and gentle, gorgeous sweeping vistas, and a sunny, mild climate; and cursed with an active volcano, Vesuvius, at its doorstep.  It's hard to appreciate just how close Vesuvius...

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Dubai, UAE Wheelchair Travel Review

Recently I was invited to travel to Dubai for a competition call “UAE Robotics for Good.” My team ended up winning the international award and grand prize! Dubai is a place if you don’t have money, you can’t really do anything. If you’re looking to see very large...

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Pigeon Point Lighthouse Hostel, California Coast

Pigeon Point Lighthouse Hostel is located right on the cliffs of the Pacific Ocean in Northern California and has wheelchair accessible pathways everywhere. There are also four little bungalows and one of them has been converted to be wheelchair accessible. The cost...

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Southern Mexico Accessible Tours and Tips

People come from all over the world to soak up the sun in Mexico year-round. Besides the turquoise waters, warm inviting climate and Mexican food, what drew me and boyfriend to this country was the history of one of the world’s oldest known civilizations, the Mayans....

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Fort Lauderdale Riverside Hotel Accessible Rooms

Riverside Hotel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida is a luxury, boutique hotel located in the Historical District of Downtown along the Tarpon River and Las Olas Boulevard. The location alone makes this hotel a starting point for visitors exploring the area. Hotel Amenities...

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Florida Everglades National Park Wheelchair Access Guide

Everglades National Park in Florida is the third largest national park in the U.S., protecting 1.5 million acres of unique terrain on the southern tip of the state of Florida. Diverse ecosystems lie within its borders, such as barely-flowing freshwater sloughs lush...

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7 Outdoor Attractions Outside of Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta, Georgia is a central hub for the south with an international airport just outside of town and Savannah, Georgia is on the coast with its own type parks and outside fun. Just outside of Atlanta, in nearly every direction, is something to do or see. Of course,...

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St. Louis, Missouri Tower Grove Neighborhood

One of the best St. Louis neighborhoods to spend the day exploring is the Tower Grove area. Locals will divide this up into South Grand, Tower Grove Heights, the Missouri Botanical Gardens, and the Shaw neighborhoods, so don’t be confused in your excursion when you...

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Copenhagen, Denmark Accessible Travel Tips

I went to CPH to visit a friend for New Years, but there are many reasons why CPH is such a great city. For starters, it’s the capital of Denmark. There is a lot of history and things to do because of that. CPH sits along the coast and is surrounded by water, making...

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Thailand Access with a Manual Wheelchair

I am a T2 paraplegic and I travelled through Thailand for two weeks in a manual chair with my boyfriend, who is not in a wheelchair. With its amazing cultural and geographical diversity, I discovered that there are limitless ways to experience Thailand. For wheelchair...

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12-Day Royal Caribbean Island Cruise

Cruising is the most accessible vacation for anyone in a wheelchair. The newest ships are bigger and better offering many opportunities for the wheelchair traveler. I was thrilled to experience the 2015 Anthem of the Seas cruise ship by Royal Caribbean on a 12-day...

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Westin Lagunamar in Cancun, Mexico

On a trip to Cancun, Mexico for a little exploring but some much needed leisure time. We stayed at the Westin Lagunamar Ocean Resort, which is located across the street from La Isla Mall and about 40 minute drive from the airport. The resorts rooms are all kitchenette...

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Train Travel in Italy: Wheelchair Access

This article is based on Italian train trips we’ve taken in 2014, 2012, 2009, 2006, 2005 and 2003.  In 2014 and 2012 Howard traveled in his Permobil, which weighs around 325 pounds (148 kg) and is around 26 inches (66 cm) wide and with the footrest in the shortened...

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Utah Snow Canyon State Park Wheelchair Travel Guide

Nestled inside the 62,000 acre Red Cliffs Desert Reserve of Utah, Snow Canyon State Park is a 7400 acre scenic park featuring colorful sandstone cliffs, petrified sand dunes, volcanic cinder cones and rugged lava flows. This unique environment at the junction of the...

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