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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...read more
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...read more
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....read more
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...read more