Every year around this time I’m inundated with questions about how to get ADA tickets to the Super Bowl. To be honest, it’s basically the luck of the draw; and to understand this, you have to understand how Super Bowl tickets are allocated. Continue reading →
The Indianapolis Cultural Trail gets a thumbs-up for access.
The last time I visited Indianapolis, Washington Street was filled with construction workers, the JW Marriott had just broken ground, and the Indianapolis Cultural Trail was still a work in progress. This time around things were different. I stayed in the JW Marriott, the Washington Street construction is moving along, and I had a great time exploring the very accessible Indianapolis Cultural Trail. Continue reading →
Cherrie at the accessible Red Fox yurt at Snow Mountain Ranch, near Granby Colorado.
I first discovered yurts about 12 years ago, when I was doing a story on the Oregon Coast. I accidentally stumbled into a campground and saw this domed tent and wondered what it was. Come to find out it was a yurt, and at that time they were all the rage at Oregon state parks. Continue reading →
Well it’s time for Charles, Cherrie and me to set off on another road trip, to research more cool accessible travel finds. And as much as I just love road trips, this one is going to be a challenge – mostly because of its length. Continue reading →
In these days of social media, what once could have been an overlooked complaint, can go viral in a matter of days. Such is the case an incident that happened to Mr. Chad Staples at his recent stay at the Best Western in Monahans, TX. Continue reading →
I’m sure you’ve probably heard about the Horizon Air incident involving a man with end stage Parkinsons, a good Samaritan and a Facebook post that went viral. As is often the case with things of this nature, there are a number of conflicting versions of the story; but here’s what I’ve been able to sort out from statements made by Glen Johnson, Horizon Air President. Continue reading →
In a 3-0 ruling on July 18, 2012, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Disneyland must make reasonable modifications to permit the use of Segways in their park , unless it can demonstrate that the device can’t be operated in accordance with legitimate safety requirements. Continue reading →