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Milwaukee, Wisconsin is a charming Mid-West city with a chill vibe of people that love art and music. Overlooking Lake Michigan, Milwaukee hosts the largest music festival called Summerfest, which consists of 11 days, 11 stages, and over 700 bands. If you are a...read more
San Antonio is a wonderfully accessible city! A major draw to the city is the River Walk which follows the San Antonio River for about five miles. Development along the river started with the plans of San Antonio native and architect, Robert Hugman. Basic...read more
Berkeley is San Francisco's more liberal neighbor across the bay that can be accessed by ferry or BART. It is home to many disabled residents, particularly those that use wheelchairs. Getting around by bus in Berkeley is affordable and commonly used by all. The city...read more
Whether it is a day trip or overnight vacation to Yosemite, the only place to go to for Sunday brunch is the historic Awhahnee Hotel. From 7am to 3pm each table in the grand dining room is beautifully set along the large windows and 34ft hand-crafted beams. The gentle...read more
Boulder, CO - The Courtyard by Marriott in Boulder Colorado offers wheelchair accommodations. For instance, a large bathroom with a roll-in shower bench equipped with an accessible soap dish and hand-held shower nozzle. The room also has a lowered closet bar to hang...read more
It is certainly possible for someone in a manual wheelchair to travel the streets of Boston without taking any form of public transportation; however it all depends on one's stamina and endurance because there are slight inclines and well, using a manual wheelchair...read more
On my first visit to Italy with my wheelchair, I visited the places that I had always heard about: Milan, Venice, Florence, and Rome. St. Mark’s Square in Venice, the Ponte Vecchio in Florence, and the Colosseum in Rome are just a few items that every disabled...read more