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3-Day Weekend in Atlanta, Georgia

At the end of our long Atlanta weekend I thought, “We didn’t stay long enough.” After three and a half days in Atlanta I realized there was still so much to see and do. This was my husband, Jamie, and I’s first trip to Atlanta. It was a gorgeous time of year to visit...

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Sonora, Texas Comfort Inn Hotel

Comfort Inn in Sonora, Texas is located on Interstate 10 at Sonora, halfway between Houston and El Paso on the western edge of Texas HIll Country.  The hotel has easy access to the I-10. A few restaurants, convenience markets and gas stations close by. It's also a...

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Homestead, Florida Hampton Inn Access Review

This Hampton Inn property in Homestead, Florida is conveniently located on Campbell Drive next to the Florida Turnpike (exit 2) and two miles from US Highway 1. Miami International Airport is just 20 minutes away. It's a perfect place to stay if you want to visit...

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Morocco, Africa: Travel and Accessibility

Welcome to Morocco! Only 9 miles from the European coastline, leaving plane or ferry you are instantly in a culture and atmosphere a world apart. Morocco is one of the most popular North African destinations and for good reason. Warm temperatures, lush scenery, exotic...

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Fishing, Hunting and More in the Upper Midwest

Glacial Ridge National Wildlife Refuge in Northwest Minnesota is located 43 miles east of Grand Forks, North Dakota on the south side of the intersection of ND Highway 32 and 2.  Within the Refuge is a blind where visitors can view the mating dance of the Greater...

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Japan: Accessible Travel Guide Overview

On my Japan wheelchair travel adventure, I spent most of my time in Tokyo, which is broken up into over a dozen distinct areas and is densely populated. For five full days and four nights I was also in Kyoto, plus one day spent in Nara. I wanted to go to Osaka but ran...

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Montreal, Canada: Accessible Travel Guide

The city of Montreal in the Quebec Province is one of the most visited destinations in Canada with lots of friendly people. French is the most commonly spoken language here but nearly everyone also speaks English. Like many big cities, it is divided up into...

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Montreal, Canada to NYC Train Travel Accessibility

Using Amtrak you can take the train to travel in between New York City and Montreal, Canada, which takes approximately eleven hours. The Amtrak Adirondack Train Route is one of the most scenic train rides in the world, especially in the fall, which makes the time go...

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Van Rentals: Oregon, California, Arizona, Nevada

Ability Center's fleet of newer model, wheelchair accessible BraunAbility and VMI minivans are available for weekly and long-term rent. We train you on how the wheelchair vehicle conversions operate, demonstrate the tie downs, and anything else needed to get you...

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Czech Republic, Prague Tour with Bezbatour Travel Agency

Bezbatour is the only travel agency in the Czech Republic that is specialized primarily in accessible traveling. Moreover, every accommodation in the Czech Republic or abroad with the seal of "Bezbatour guarantee" have been personally visited by our employees and...

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Hotels in Carlisle, Cumbria England

Budget hotel chains such as Travelodge, PremierInn and Ibis have several hotels in Carlisle, and all of them offer wheelchair accessible accommodations.  Travelodge has a hotel in the South and North of Carlisle. Both hotels are located off on the M6 (both with...

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Access the Mountain Lakes of Prescott, Arizona

If you love the Great Outdoors, the historic town of Prescott, Arizona has a lot to offer. It's nestled against the cool, piney hills of the Prescott National Forest and is home to several sparkling mountain lakes. Sitting at an elevation of 5200 feet, Prescott boasts...

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Access on Amtrak Train: New York to Washington D.C.

As I prepared for a trip to Washington, D.C. from my home on Long Island, NY, I debated which method of travel would be the least stressful. It didn't make much sense to go through the trouble of taking a plane ride when the flight would be less than two hours. Plus,...

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Access at Stonehenge in the UK of Great Britain

I grew up with a father who LOVED watching Stonehenge documentaries, so when I went to England the first time, you better bet I drove the 3 hours from where we were staying (Dover) to see the mythical and mysterious site. While it didn't quiet reach the exuberantly...

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Get Around New York with a Wheelchair

New York City is a giant metropolis with lots to do.  You can go see a Broadway show, watch the ballet, listen to a symphony at the Lincoln Center, visit a museum, or take in some jazz at a jazz club.  There’s something for everyone and the city never sleeps.  There...

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Ontario, Canada Accessible Beach Resort

Oasis by the Bay Vacation Resort is open year-round and is located in Wasaga Beach, Ontario is a subsidiary of E3 Community Services. This exciting four-season vacation concept was developed with special needs in mind and has much to offer in terms of its...

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CA Sonoma Wine Country in the Fall

Witnessing trees changing colors on the East Coast during the crisp autumn months is an attraction all its own, but in the Sonoma Wine Country of California, you can find wine vineyards that explode with effervescent, fiery color, drawing in the eye like a moth to a...

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New Orleans Access: The French Quarter & Bourbon Street

Let me start by saying that New Orleans is a great place to visit. Great food, people, places to see, and despite the age of the city, pretty easy to get around.New Orleans is FLAT so whether you use a manual or power wheelchair, or have a cane, you won't be going...

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