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Known for its distinctive white sand, Asilomar State Beach, in Pacific Grove, is about a mile long, with Sunset Drive and the California Coastal Trail behind it. This stretch of the Coastal Trail is composed of, intermittently, a boardwalk, firmly packed material, and...read more
This rocky, forested headland was named Point Lobos in the late 18th century, for the sea lions (lobos marinos, “sea wolves”) whom Spanish settlers heard barking on offshore rocks. Hundreds of them live here almost year-round, between August and June. Also look for...read more
Tickets to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) can be purchased outside the building on the sidewalk. Once inside, make your way left back side to access the elevators. There are 5 floors that are all worth exploring; it's recommended starting at the top and...read more
A popular destination for surfers, bicyclists, and dog walkers, Lighthouse Field State Beach lies south of the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk and north of Natural Bridges State Park. There is no wheelchair access to the beach, but a pathway that runs for almost three...read more
The port is about a mile away from anything central so you do need to figure out how to get to the city centre. Once you do get downtown everything historical is close to each other. Beantown can be fun in a wheelchair. Its rich history is all accessible and...read more
There is so much to see of this beautiful country. One summer is surely not enough. My trip to South Africa began in July 2003 from Newark Airport (New Jersey). Newark is like any other airport. I met up with the students that would be my classmates for the next...read more
Access to the outdoors becomes a tremendous challenge when one is faced with physical challenges that make it difficult to get to the bathroom, let alone to get outside the house. It’s so important to overcome those obstacles and demand that sunshine and fresh air be...read more