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Stay and Play in the Canadian Rockies
Located just an hour west of Calgary, Peter Lougheed Provincial Park offers a good selection of accessible trails, some striking windshield views and a very accessible place to rest your head.
San Diego East; The Other Side of the County
This rural part of the county boasts historic towns, vast desert vistas, and one of the most unusual sculpture gardens you’ll ever encounter. Add in a nicely accessible country inn, and you have all the makings for a great escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.
I have a portable dialysis machine that I’ve taken on many road trips, but my next trip requires an airplane flight. Can I take it aboard the aircraft, and can it be carried in the passenger cabin? Will I have to pay an additional baggage fee if I take it with me? Can I also bring my dialysis liquid and supplies with me? Read the answer...
Although the availability of accessible ground transportation has greatly improved over the past 10 years, sometimes it's just more practical to drive your own vehicle. This is especially true if you're planning a vacation that includes a visit to a national park, a road trip to a rural part of a country or a journey which includes stops in several cities. And since driving your own van isn't always a possibility, wheelchair van rentals are the perfect option for folks who want a little independence in their travels, yet still require comfortable and safe adapted transportation. More...
The Julian Doves and Desperados will present historic comedy skits in Downtown Julian, every Sunday in November. Authentically dressed in early western attire dating from the late 1800s, this group also roams the streets of Julian. Characters portrayed include C.C.Chiquita and Sadie Cashman, the ladies-about-town, Gypsy Davenporte, the town madam, dapper Doc Hopkins, the saloon owner and Captain Cooper, with his fancy guns and leatherwork.
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6 November 2013, 3:13 pm
New ACAA Regulations Take Effect in 2014 The Department of Transportation (DOT) recently released a series of new rules that will take effect in 2014. These rules pertain to on-board wheelchair stowage, accessible websites and accessible airport kiosks. At the top of the list is the often … Continue reading →
22 October 2013, 11:19 am
Meteor Crater: A Disappointing Experience for Wheelchair-Users Every time I drove by Meteor Crater, just east of Flagstaff, I couldn’t help but wonder if it was accessible. After all, it is a crater. Well, yesterday I tuned the radio to 1610 like the billboards instructed, and I … Continue reading →