Barrier-Free Travel (Barrier-Free Travel: A Nuts & Bolts Guide for Wheelers & Slow Walker) (Paperback)

Barrier-Free Travel (Barrier-Free Travel: A Nuts & Bolts Guide for Wheelers & Slow Walker) By Candy Harrington Cover Image
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"Now in its third edition, Barrier-Free Travel is essential reading for every traveler with mobility limitations. With over 100 new photographs and updated travel rules and regulations affecting access outside of the US, this book contains essential, thoughtful, and reliable information- not just common-sense tips.

Barrier-Free Travel gives readers the tools and resources to prepare for both the expected and the unexpected. It covers everything from the logistics of air travel and how to protect your wheelchair in flight, to how to find an accessible hotel room. Also included, are extensive chapters on cruises and accessible shore excursions- with contact information for foreign tour operators who are able to provide them.

Barrier-Free Travel provides valuable information that will ensure travelers with mobility limitations spend their time creating meaningful memories.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781932603835
ISBN-10: 1932603832
Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing
Publication Date: June 16th, 2009
Pages: 200
Language: English
Series: Barrier-Free Travel: A Nuts & Bolts Guide for Wheelers & Slow Walker

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