The United States

A glimpse of genius

“Genius is hard work, stick-to-itiveness, and common sense.” —Thomas A. Edison The Edison and Ford Winter Estates in Fort Myers, Florida evoke more of America’s history and unique character than most of the country’s leading tourist attractions. And best of all, the buildings and grounds of this sprawling riverfront attraction are mostly wheelchair accessible. Next […]

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Sailing in San Francisco

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Insider tips for a smooth Disney ride

Insider tips for a smooth Disney ride

The best advice for a successful visit to Walt Disney World in Orlando is to plan in advance for all transportation and access needs. Even though Disney is justifiably renowned for its access and special services, don’t take anything for granted. • Walt Disney World Resort Hotels offer special equipment and facilities, including phone text, […]

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Does my husband qualify for disability access at Disney?

Does my husband qualify for disability access at Disney?

  We had heard that Disney changed its policy on access for the disabled, primarily to prevent able-bodied tourists from scamming the system so they could jump to the head of the sometimes interminable lines at Walt Disney World. The most famous example was a report in the New York Post in May 2013 that […]

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