GLOBAL ACCESS NEWS TRAVEL E-ZINE

VOLUME X, NUMBER 10, October 2009

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Welcome to the October 2009 issue of the Global Access News Travel E-Zine. Thanks to everyone for taking the time to write us and share your travel tips and experiences.

 

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CONTENTS

 

1. AFRICAN SAFARIS FOR DISABLED PEOPLE
2. WHEELAWAY DISABLED TRAVEL’S HONG KONG GUIDE

3. BERLIN, GERMANY: DISABLED TRAVEL
4. ICELAND: DISABILITY ACCESS REALITIES

5. WYNYARD HALL, ENGLAND ‘09

6. SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND ‘09

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1. AFRICAN SAFARIS FOR DISABLED PEOPLE

 

The saying “know before you go” comes to mind while reading the accessible safari information presented on “African Safaris for Disabled People.” Information on accessible lodging, equipment advice, resources and more are included at

http://www.safariguideafrica.com/safaris-for-the-disabled.php

 

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2. WHEELAWAY DISABLED TRAVEL’S HONG KONG GUIDE

 

If you’re planning to visit Hong Kong but need access information, Wheelaway’s new 252-page guide Hong Kong Guide is now available to help. Visit http://www.wheelawaydisabledtravel.com/ to view the table of contents detailing the access information available in the guide. Everything from accessible lodging, dining, transportation and more is covered.

 

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3. BERLIN, GERMANY: DISABLED TRAVEL


Wheelchairtraveling.com
has recently expanded its web site information to include wheelchair accessible information on Berlin, Germany. Visit http://www.wheelchairtraveling.com/berlin-germany-photography.html to view a collection of accessible sites, including a wheelchair accessible hotel with a roll-in shower.

 

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4. ICELAND: DISABILITY ACCESS REALITIES

After viewing the new Iceland tour mentioned in the September Zine, Mindy Desens, who operates Lucky Mindy Adventures Inc. in Minnesota shared her insights on disability access in Iceland with us. Desens has led multiple tours of Iceland and is extremely knowledgeable on available wheelchair access. View her comments at http://www.globalaccessnews.com/Iceland%20Desens%2009.htm

 

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5. WYNYARD HALL, ENGLAND ‘09

Syd & June Burns
recently visited Wynyard Hall where June trained to be a teacher in 1959. Their visit marked June's 50th anniversary of attending the institution. While the Burns relished the lavishness of the hall, they found some of the venue’s access lacking. To learn more, visit
http://www.globalaccessnews.com/Wynard%20Yard%20Hall,England%20Burns%2009.htm
 

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6.
SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND ‘09

Syd and June Burns
Revisit Sheffield where they enjoyed their family and took in some local venues, several with offered superb access. Share their fun at http://www.globalaccessnews.com/sheffield%20Burns%2009.htm

 

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