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Copper Queen Hotel in Bisbee, Arizona

Because most of the buildings in Bisbee, Arizona were built in the early 1900s on hillsides near the mine, finding accessible accommodations can be difficult. Most of the inns and hotels are constructed with a lobby, restaurant/saloon or parlor on the first floor, and...

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Access in the Historical Town of Bisbee, Arizona

The historic town of Bisbee is nestled in Tombstone Canyon in the Mule Mountains in southeastern Arizona. The community was founded in 1880 when the local mining camp became one of the richest mineral sites in the world. This “Queen of the Copper Camps” produced...

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Getting around Cleveland, Ohio with a Wheelchair

The general landscape of Cleveland, Ohio is relatively flat, besides getting down to the water, so wheeling around is definitely possible in some spots. Sidewalks around tourist areas are generally well maintained but the more remote you get the worse access becomes....

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La Quinta Inn by Cuyahoga Valley, Ohio

La Quinta Inn is on the boarder of Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Macedonia, Ohio. The Boston Visitor Center being the closest park landmark, about 15-20 minutes away. The hotel has a few accessible rooms, one with a roll-in shower. Handicapped parking and automatic...

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America’s Car Museum in Tacoma, Washington

I am not what you might typically call a “car guy.” Whenever I am asked about anything to do with the mechanical aspects of my car I say, “It’s green and it has a sunroof.” That said, I am a history buff, so when a friend asked if I would like to go to America’s Car...

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Hampton Inn in Williamsburg, Virginia

There are three Hampton Inn properties in Williamsburg, Virginia. This one at 718 Bypass Road (US60) is the most centrally-located. It's about a mile from Colonial Williamsburg, 3 miles from the Premium Outlet Mall, and 6 miles from Busch Gardens and Water Country...

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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Accessibility Guide

The locals refer to the Volcanoes that makeup Hawaii National Park as the 'Āina a ke akua I noho ai (land where the goddess dwells) that encompasses 333,000 acres from sea level to 13,679 feet at the summit of Mauna Loa. Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park contains the...

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Metropolitan at The 9 Hotel in Cleveland, Ohio

The Metropolitan at The 9 in Cleveland, Ohio is about a half hour drive to Cuyahoga Valley National Park. It is a boutique hotel in the downtown district and just a couple of blocks away from the Playhouse Square and 4th Street where you will find cute shops and...

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Arizona: Monuments in Coconino National Forest

Sunset Crater and Wupatki Pueblo National Monuments are located near each other in the Coconino National Forest about 30 minutes east of the city of Flagstaff, Arizona (see map). It is possible to visit both of them in an afternoon, and their convenient location makes...

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Sacramento Amtrak Train in California

The Sacramento Amtrak Train Station is located in Downtown Sacramento not far from Old Town Sacramento and the California State Capitol. Parking and curbs are wheelchair accessible with reasonable distances to the station and ticket counter. Like most counters,...

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Colorado: Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park

The lesser-known Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park is a stunning sight in the state of Colorado that rivals many famous U.S. National Parks. This impressive rocky canyon carved by the Gunnison River was named "Black" because it is so deep, so sheer and so...

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Colorado: Great Sand Dunes National Park

You might be surprised to learn that the tallest sand dunes in North America are nowhere near either coast; they are spread across 30 square miles of the San Luis Valley in southeastern Colorado. These sand dunes are part of Great Sand Dunes National Park & Preserve,...

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Arizona: Chiricahua National Monument

Chiricahua National Monument in Arizona is a hidden gem! The spectacular mountain scenery includes stunning vistas of the Sulphur Springs Valley stretching hundreds of miles, as well as rocky canyons full of fascinating pinnacles and gravity-defying rock formations....

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Australia Gold Coast Travel: Accessible Attractions

On the southeastern coast of Queensland, Australia is the beach city known as the Gold Coast and my home. This coastline of Australia is popular place to live because of the beautiful beaches but it is also a hot spot for tourists and accessible for those with access...

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Australia Gold Coast Accessible Transportation Options

The Gold Coast is one of Australia’s most popular holiday destinations and is world famous for its beaches and beautiful weather. It is a small city and is pretty easy to get around. Whichever way you travel, the Gold Coast is a safe and relaxing place to be. There is...

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The Landing Resort in Lake Tahoe, CA

The Landing Resort is a luxury, boutique hotel with fine dining and spa services on a lake-front property in South Lake Tahoe. Valet is included with your hotel stay but not required. Two handicapped parking spots can be found closest to the main entrance but other...

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Krankin’ thru China

Krankin' thru China was established in 2013 by two Americans and their Chinese friend in an effort to enhance physical and mental wellness among people with disabilities in China. Initially focusing on handcycling as an avenue for physical wellness and social...

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Los Angeles, CA Accessible Travel Attractions

The city of Los Angeles or the "city of angels" has a lot more to offer than just star gazing. Los Angeles is very spread out which makes it a little difficult to site-see, primarily since traffic is unpredictable and can slow you down immensely. The following are the...

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Access to Europe Train Travel: The Eurostar and Eurail

Our European grand tour by train began at the London Gatwick Airport where we took a city train to the Eurostar Train located in the St Pancras Station. There’s an office in Gatwick Airport for wheelchair access support for city trains that will assist with making...

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