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Welcome to Barcelona! In 1992, for the first time in their history, the Olympic and Paralympic Games were held in the same city, at the same venues and the same Olympic Village, free of architectural barriers and with adapted transport. In 1995, Barcelona organised...read more
My wife and I decided to escape the July heat and humidity of Atlanta, Georgia and take off to Maine for a long weekend. Why Maine you may ask? It was a state that neither of us had visited, and it was pretty much the closest plane ride to the farthest point north...read more
The city on the Neva River, Saint Petersburg, in Russia bears a lot of names and each name has a geographical, romantic, political, historical or cultural meaning: the Northern Capital, The City of White Nights, The City of Three Revolutions, and The Northern Venice....read more
The colorful Inn at Northrup Station is located in the NW part of Portland, Oregon. Conveniently, the Portland Tri-Met or the “Max” lightrail station is located directly in front of the hotel if you are without your own vehicle. Each day the hotel will provide each...read more
Point Lobos State Marine Reserve is an oceanfront park on the coast of Northern California in Carmel, right by Monterey. It has not one but three wheelchair accessible hiking trails with views of the ocean: Granite Point Trail, Sea Lion Point Trail and the Bird Island...read more
Oregon is a beautiful north-west state with lots to do in the great outdoors, even in Portland Oregon culture is mixed with an appreciation of nature. The state of Oregon, has put together a nice PDF about accessible recreational options for fishing and hunting spots...read more
Yosemite National Park in the foothills of the Sierra Mountains of California is one of the most popular attractions in the world and with so many accessible options for travelers, it is a destination everyone should visit. It is a place of beauty, history, and...read more