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Friendly Shoes for All Abilities

The following is a sponsored post. I’ve been adapting to life, sometimes in extreme ways, since I became paralyzed when

Sea Adventure in Glacier Bay, B.C.

It’s always a bit risky taking a journey to a remote destination where accessibility may be in question.   But

Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia, Canada

I spent three nights at the Harrison Hot Springs Resort in British Columbia, Canada while my wife attended business meetings

Montreal, Canada: Accessible Travel Guide

The city of Montreal in the Quebec Province is one of the most visited destinations in Canada with lots of

Embassy Suites Hotel in Montreal, Canada

The Embassy Suites Hotel is located a street away from the famous Notre Dame Cathedral on the edge of Old

Ontario, Canada Accessible Beach Resort

Oasis by the Bay Vacation Resort is open year-round and is located in Wasaga Beach, Ontario is a subsidiary of

Montreal, Canada Westin Hotel

The Westin Hotel in Montreal, Canada is across the street from the Palace de Congress right by the popular tourist

Montreal Transportation in Quebec, Canada

Overall, accessibility is an afterthought in Montreal. It is possible to navigate around Montreal but whether it be navigating the

Québec, Canada Snowmobiling Tour

A snowmobiling holiday tour with Artic Adventure are usually seven days, six nights with four-days of snowmobiling guaranteed in the

Toronto, Canada Accessible Travel Overview

Toronto is a cosmopolitan centre offering culture, shopping, sports, and much to see and do when traveling with a wheelchair.

Vancouver, Canada Accessible Attractions

I love Vancouver. The sustainable design of the city filled with friendly, diverse people makes it a model city of

Toronto, Canada: See & Do Accessible Attractions

While getting around may prove challenging, thankfully most of the attractions in Toronto offer some degree of access. I couldn’t

Toronto, Canada: Accessible Public & Private Transportation

Getting around Toronto, Canada is probably the biggest challenge facing many travellers who use a wheelchair. Driving in or renting

Toronto, Canada: Accessible Hotels with Access

If you’re in Toronto to see the main sights, you will probably want to stay at a downtown hotel, especially

Toronto, Canada: Accessible Dining Restaurants

Bon Appetite! Toronto is the “land of plenty” when it comes to dining out. Half of Toronto’s population was born outside

Toronto, Canada: Wheeling Streets & Sidewalks

The summer is the top tourist season but our weather makes travelling in three of four seasons viable for the

Toronto, Canada: Accessible Shopping Areas

Toronto is a shopping destination. The first store on my list would be the highly unusual, IZ Adaptive, owned by

Toronto, Canada: Accessible Sports & Entertainment Venues

Toronto attracts top talent from around the country and the world. Sit back and enjoy a game, show, or concert

Toronto, Canada Accessible Sightseeing-Tours

Tours offer slim picking for the wheelchair traveller. Walking tours may provide another option. Walkto.ca advertises that two of its

Tour Bus Whistler, British Columbia is Accessible

At 8am the West Coast Sightseeing Tour Bus arrived at the hotel. The back of the bus had a lift

Vancouver, B.C.: The Sea Bus

The SeaBus in Vancouver connects passengers from the Downtown Waterfront Station to the Lonsdale Quay Station in North Vancouver. The SeaBus runs every

Bus System in Victoria, B.C.

The Victoria Regional Transit System, or the bus, is an easy and convenient way to get around Victoria for a wheelchair

Vancouver: River Rock Casino Resort

My sister-in-law and I just returned from a wonderful six-day trip to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, where we stayed at

Vancouver, British Columbia: Accessible Restaurants

Vancouver, British Columbia has a plethora of restaurants, cafes, eateries, bars and such to dine and snack all over the

Westjet Airline in Canada Makes Flying A Little Easier

My traveling requires that I spend a lot of time in airports and in airplanes. A little pre-planning can make

Vancouver, British Columbia: SkyTrain

Whistler in British Columbia, Canada has a great public transportation for getting around the metro area for those in wheelchairs. One of

Vancouver, B.C. Bus System Access

Canada’s Vancouver has a great public transportation system to get around the area for wheelchair users. The most common way to get

Boat Travel: Vancouver, B.C. to Victoria, B.C.

One the easiest and popular ways to get between Vancouver and Victoria in British Columbia (B.C.), Canada is by the BC

Boat Ride from Victoria, B.C. to Seattle, WA

Victoria, B.C. to Seattle, WA – The Clipper Ferry is quick to travel between Victoria, B.C. and Seattle. In 2011, I took the Clipper

Amtrack Train Ride: Seattle, WA to Vancouver, B.C.

To get to Vancouver, B.C. without flying from California you have to either take a bus from Seattle or the Amtrack

USA and Canada Accessible Snow Skiing

The following is a growing list of adapted snow skiing companies in both the United States and Canada that make

Wheelchair Taxi Cabs in Victoria, British Columbia

Yellow Cab of Victoria, B.C. has a wheelchair accessible taxi. It has a spot in the back for one wheelchair.

Vancouver, British Columbia: Accessible Taxis

Wheelchair accessible taxis in Vancouver, B.C. include access for one wheelchair the in back of the van. The wheelchair is

Wheelchair Accessible Hostel in Vancouver, B.C.

Located in a residential neighborhood on the west end of Downtown Vancouver is a wheelchair accessible hostel (HI-Vancouver Downtown). The

Wheelchair Accessible British Columbia, Canada

There are plenty of good reasons why British Columbia is touted as being “The Best Place on Earth.” Firstly, Vancouver,

Victoria, British Columbia Accessible Travel Tips

I did not have much time in Victoria, B.C. Canada when I arrived. By the time I got to the

Come Visit St. John, New Brunswick in Canada

When you reach St. John, New Brunswick the ship will dock right in the centre; you’ll be able to see

Vancouver, Canada: Accessible Places to Stay

A number of wheelchair friendly hotels are located in the Downtown Vancouver Area of British Columbia, Canada. Of course specific

Queen Victoria Hotel & Suites in Victoria, B.C.

Victoria, B.C. – At the last minute I decided to stay overnight in Victoria instead of making a day trip.

Vancouver, British Columbia: Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel

Gourmet chocolates and cookies greeted me when I entered the room to the Fairmont Pacific Rim in Vancouver. The bed was

Vancouver, Canada: Pan Pacific Hotel

My parents and I recently had the pleasure of staying at the beautiful 4-star luxury Pan Pacific Vancouver in British

Interesting Weekend in Toronto

Just returned from an “interesting” long weekend in Toronto.  We had reservations for a wheelchair accessible room at the Hilton

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