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Air Travel Secrets for Wheelchair Users from a Frequent Flyer

I half-joke all the time that the Orlando airport is my second home. To say that I spend a lot of time in airports and airplanes as a wheelchair user is an understatement, and I

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10 Wheelchair Accessible Things to Do in Toronto, Canada

Toronto is Canada’s largest city and a world leader in such areas as business, finance, technology, entertainment and culture. Its large population of immigrants from all over the globe has also made Toronto one of

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A Not-So-Perfect Day for Wheelchair Users at Royal Caribbean’s CocoCay

In April 2019, I decided to book a cruise on Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas for three nights to Nassau and the cruise line’s private island of CocoCay. I was excited for two reasons

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Cruise Ship Accessibility Features Wheelchair Users Should Look For

As an accessible travel agent and frequent cruiser, one of the questions I get asked the most is, What is the most accessible cruise ship out there? The great news is that wheelchair users have

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Inside the World of Airline Baggage (and Wheelchair) Handlers

One of the biggest fears of wheelchair travelers is having their mobility equipment damaged or lost by an airline. In fact, this fear is so great that many wheelchair users refuse to fly at all

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Q&A: Everything Wheelchair Users Need to Know About Airplane Bathrooms

Nobody likes talking about using the bathroom, except maybe my two adolescent sons. But for wheelchair users planning trips involving flights, the ability (or lack thereof) to use an airplane bathroom (a.k.a. lavatory) can make

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5 Biggest Wheelchair Accessible Bathroom Fails

As a wheelchair user and frequent traveler who spends over 130 nights each year in (supposedly) accessible hotel rooms, I’ve seen it all. Each time I roll through the door of a new hotel room,

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10 Common Accessible Travel Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

For the past two years, I have been working as an accessible travel agent. For almost 4 years, I have been working as an accessible travel writer. This means that I have been asked or

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Cruise Port of Call Wheelchair Accessibility Review: Cozumel, Mexico

Although Cozumel is Mexico’s largest Caribbean island (and its most populated), it wasn’t until the 1960’s that this once-sleepy fishing village became a tourist attraction in its own right, following a documentary in which Jacques

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How to Find Reliable Wheelchair Accessibility Information on the Internet

I’m an accessible travel writer, which means it’s my job to personally investigate and report the wheelchair accessibility of the places I visit. I’ve been a professional writer in other areas for 14 years, but

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