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Ralf Zimmerbeutel asked question about Dubrovnik, Croatia

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren, Wir bitten um einen zeitnahes Angebot, und zwar benötigen wir: 1 normales Einzelzimmer und ein barrierefreies Doppelzimmer gewünschter Termin: im September diesen Jahres Dauer: max. 14Tage! Personen: 2 Verpflegung: HP Aussagekräftiges Bildmaterial wird gerne dazu genommen! Für eine faire Provision bei erfolgreicher Vermittlung wären wir dankbar! Für noch offene Fragen stehen wir natürlich zu Verfügung. Vielen Dank für Ihre Bemühungen freundlichst DIE REISEBEGLEITER - betreutes Reisen für Menschen mit gesundheitlichen Einschränkungen und jeden Alters“ Am Holzbeck 2 (Deutschland) 27404 Heeslingen Tel:.+494281- 7173071 Fax: 04281 - 7173072 Internet:www.diereisebegleiter.de www.youtube.com www.xing.de (das professionelle netzwerk) Thank you for your answer from Mr. Zimmerbeutel Do you need that question still in english for understanding or can you answer in german? Read more Read less


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Stipe Splivalo asked question about Benidorm, Spain

Hi everybody, we have a question from one of our members regarding Benidorm. Person uses an wheelchair, oxygen, suction and is tube fed. We would kindly appreciate information regarding accessible holidays. Thanks! Read more Read less


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Stipe Splivalo asked question about Atlanta, United States

One of our members asked a following question: "Any information on accessible traveling in or near Georgia United States?" Read more Read less


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Rebecca Ray asked question about Buenos Aires, Argentina

Hi, I'm an amputee and I currently use a wheelchair, but I travel all over the world. I started a blog after I became disabled sharing my travel experiences as I too want to help those who travel differently know what's good and what isn't, etc. I wanted to know if you have any recommendations for freelance travel advice and/or if your website needs additional writers. Thank you so much, Rebecca Read more Read less


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Cancun Caregivers Nurses asked question about Cancun, Mexico

Nurses and carers Cancun is made up of a team of professionals: paramedics , caregivers and specialized nurses who always care for the well-being of patients. We provide the necessary, physical or medical attention and offer first class services. Also support our clients enjoy this paradise that is Cancun, supported visits to the archaeological areas, aquatic experiences between other activities. www.enfermerasycuidadorascancun.com.mx Read more Read less


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Paul Wolfie Pengelly asked question about Nottingham, United Kingdom

when traveling by air from the UK has anybody had any experience taking a folding mobility scooter.and what the cost was or would be or is it simply cheaper to rent when you get there ? Read more Read less


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James Scott asked question about New Orleans, United States

Where can I Rent a handicap mobility Van Read more Read less


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Lara Grojzdek asked question about Mexico City, Mexico

Hello! I have questions witch refers to all destinations.Do hotels have transporter because my ascort cant lift me from bad to whilcher. Tnx Read more Read less


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Kat Ruffins asked question about New York, United States

Are there any cruise lines that both leave and return to NYC? Both my brother and I are disabled and he's in a wheelchair and it would be easier if he didn't have to fly. Read more Read less


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David Klingensmith asked question about Boulder, United States

Hello. I am looking for any information regarding wheelchair accessible hiking trails around the state of Colorado. I am trying to make a guidebook of accessible hiking trails throughout the state. I was wondering if anyone has heard of some good examples. These trails do not need to be officially labeled as “accessible”, but they should be accessible enough that a majority of standard manual wheelchair users could navigate through them easily enough. The two main criteria that I am using are that the trail is wheelchair accessible, and that there is a noticeable amount of nature going through the trail. Read more Read less


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