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Travel website helps those with disabilities


Over the past week, we've been writing about our recent travels down South.  Obviously, when planning future trips, it's nice to know which cities are wheelchair friendly and which ones are not.  Luckily, there is a website out there to help those with disabilities. 

Abilitytrip.com says its mission is "to increase the accessibility of global destinations for travelers with mobility impairments..."  The site has reviews of destinations around the globe, a guide to accessibility terms in foreign languages, a packing list to help people remember what to bring and much, much more.  In all, it's a tremendous resource for anybody looking to get out of town and take a vacation! 



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Haddayr said:


Thanks so much for the heads-up to this great resource!

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