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If you’ve been a long-time fan of the blog, you know that I usually spend New Year on a little journey: this year will see me in Tampa and Daytona Beach, two of my favorite places.
So, rather than wait ‘til the New Year, I like to take this chance to reflect on the blog and where it’s been over the last twelve months.
A bit ago, we talked about the future of the Disabled Travelers blog, so check that out if you want to get involved in 2012!
For now, here’s where we’ve been … [more]
Welcome back to Disabled Travelers! Now that we’ve all had the chance to recover from another delicious Thanksgiving, it’s time to turn attention to the biggest and craziest travel event of the year: Christmas season. Although many folks will have a traditional holiday with family, there are also some great opportunities to go abroad. That leads to a big ol’ dust-up every year over which destinations and deals are best. Disabled Travelers will sort out the hype and give pointers for those bitten by the travel bug this December. [more]
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I hope you had a great Thanksgiving — I know I did! In fact, Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays: family fun, the best food of the year, and a mind to be grateful for what you have.
What more can you ask for? Of course, there’s nothing wrong with having high hopes for the future, either; and it’s right around now that, if you’ve been a good globetrotter, it might be high time to start writing that holiday wish list.
So, just for fun, here’s what I would ask for from accessible travel Santa — if I could figure out which resort he’s hanging out at! [more]
Hello, fellow disabled travelers, and welcome back to the blog that’s all for you!
In today’s visit, we’re going to review some of the highlights of the wild winter weather series from way back in December, 2010.
If you’ll recall, many places throughout the United States were breaking records with incredible lows, unexpected flurries, and storms that seemed to go on and on.
Things sure look better now, right?
Well, there are still a lot of good tips for disabled travelers and their traveling companions from back in the archive.
So let’s take them out of “cold storage” and do a little review! [more]
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You know, one of my favorite holidays is Thanksgiving. I love the meal, I love seeing family, and I love the whole concept behind taking some time to reflect on what’s good in life.
As disabled travelers, we face some challenges when it comes to our favorite hobby, but there are actually a lot of things going right in the world of accessible travel these days.
This post will zoom in on some of the high points we’ve hit over the course of this great year on the blog. [more]
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Today, I’d like to address a concern on the minds of many globetrotters, including disabled travelers and their travel companions; what’s the situation for travel in Greece?
As the birthplace of democracy and haven of so many sites that influenced ancient culture around the world, this proud country has long played host to tens of millions of tourists every year.
With recent economic trouble, many have wondered if they should put off their Greek vacations – and even if it’s safe, how’s the accessibility situation?
We hope to answer both these questions today!
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Last week we unveiled some exciting news when it became known Disabled Travelers was mentioned on no less a web destination than the travel section of The Today Show.
Today, we’re continuing our news coverage for the month with some new information and resources on travel for those with visual and hearing impairments.
We have some brand new resources, fresh off the internet and straight to your door – so let’s chat about them.
Welcome back to Disabled Travelers!
It’s your home on the web for the latest and greatest in the rapidly expanding world of accessible travel: featuring everything from global access guides to disabled hotel listings to fun tips and treats for you and your travel companions.
This week is our regular news coverage, delving deep into what accessible tourism has to offer and letting you know just who is doing what and where!
In September, I got so excited about Spain and big changes in accessible air travel, I plum forgot to do a news post.
So, check back next week for a few more choice headlines. [more]
Welcome to Disabled Travelers, and here’s hoping fall has reached your home, wherever it may be!
This is Si, and I’m back with another blog post: this week, we’re delving into news from the airline industry.
This is often a mixed bag, but there’s some great changes on the horizon: an international movement is building up to make airports more accessible, airlines more responsive, and the websites for both a lot easier for disabled visitors to navigate.
This is a natural next step after the big push for a Passenger Bill of Rights!
There have been a lot of encouraging developments lately, so let’s take a peek.
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As the Web gets bigger and more and more people out there start providing news and views for the disabled traveler community, I’ve found myself including a resource that used to be quite rare: discussion forums.
I like to err on the side of caution when it comes to these, because they can be a mixed bag.
But more and more high quality forums are popping up, so in today’s visit we’ll be talking about how to get the best travel insights from your favorite forum. [more]