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Las Vegas Travel Review for Wheelchair Access

Las Vegas Travel Review for Wheelchair Access

Las Vegas, Nevada is a sprawling metropolis in the middle of a desert wasteland. Native Americans originally occupied the land; next, Europeans began to farm the area. Gambling was going on a long time before it was officially made legal in 1931. By 1945, casinos were...

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Many Wheelchair Accessible Taxis in Las Vegas, Nevada

Many Wheelchair Accessible Taxis in Las Vegas, Nevada

In 2012 when I visited Las Vegas I was told by multiple taxi drivers that recently a mandate was put into effect, requiring all taxi companies to have at least one accessible taxi but most have four or more. It's estimated that there are around 100 accessible taxis in...

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Beach Wheelchairs in San Diego, California

Beach Wheelchairs in San Diego, California

Until recently if someone were to suggest a trip to the beach I would think they didn't understand that wheelchairs and sand go together like oil and water, in other words, they don't. That idea however is being challenged in San Diego, California, where for years...

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Indian Grinding Rock CA State Historic Park

Indian Grinding Rock CA State Historic Park

The Indian Grinding Rock is located just east of Jackson, CA, which is about 3 hours east of San Francisco, in the foothills in the Sierras Mountains. This California State Park has a lot to offer for access. The museum and visitor center is where you will find all...

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