accessible hotels

Wheelchair users can visit the home of Big Ben with confidence

posted on October 1, 2011 - 11:03am
The prospect of traveling in a wheelchair to London, a city steeped with history dating back to the Romans, filled me with trepidation. Visions of cobblestone streets, buildings without elevators, and entryways with massive stairways had my heart racing with anxiety as I planned our first trip to London.
posted on May 1, 2007 - 1:50pm
QUEST Vol. 14, No. 3
The first skyscrapers I ever saw were in Houston, Texas, when Daddy took our family to the city for a weekend excursion, from Corpus Christi. My sisters and I spent hours trying on dresses in a massive department store. We’d never seen an escalator and begged to ride it over and over. For lunch, we sat in school desks and ate bowls of chunky chili at the original James Coney Island.
posted on November 1, 2006 - 2:15pm
QUEST Vol. 13, No. 6
A slight drizzle didn’t dampen our stay at the Corners Mansion in Vicksburg, Miss. The owners of the historic bed-and-breakfast (B&B) served us oatmeal cookies and let our son play the baby grand piano that was on display in the double parlor. We joined another family on the front porch to watch the sun set.

Accessible Las Vegas

posted on July 1, 2004 - 4:40pm
Las Vegas' attractions include a pirate extravanganza at Treasure Island. If there was ever a city made for wheeling (or in my case scooting) around, it’s Las Vegas.