Written by wheelchairtraveling.com Leaving Juneau After checking out, we decided to get a brunch at our now favorite place in Juneau, Alaska, The Sandpiper café, and have some more of their amazing egg benedicts….
Month: September 2021
7 Reasons Your Travel Insurance Claim Could Be Denied
Written by Doug Parker, May 2020, published for CruiseRadio.net NOTE: Since this was written, many travel organizations, including cruise lines, are requiring a specific Covid-rider be attached to the insured’s travel policy….
14 Wheelchair Accessible Things to Do in Portland, Maine
Written by Sylvia Longmire, Spin the Globe, June 2019 I will be completely honest and say that visiting Portland (Maine) was a completely whimsical and last-minute decision. First, I found an amazing flight…
Wonder of the Seas To Sail From US
Royal Caribbean has announced that the world’s largest cruise ship, Wonder of the Seas, will now debut in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in the spring of 2022 instead of sailing out of China….
Grand Cayman Disabled Access
Written by John Sage for Accessible Caribbean Vacations Cayman disabled access is the best I’ve encountered anywhere in the Caribbean. Good sidewalk ramps & flat terrain make it easy for wheelchair users…
CN Tower Toronto
Written By alantvuong on August 10, 2021 After previously visiting Toronto in 2009 and 2016 and visiting Canada’s National Tower both visits, I wondered if it would be worth visiting again. I previously wrote about my visit…
Channing Wheel Is At Yellowstone National Park
Written and Filmed by Channing Wheel Channing Wheel is at Yellowstone National Park. Don’t ever say I didn’t invite you to come along now. Yellowstone was definitely not a disappointment. Follow Channing Wheel Here:…