GLOBAL ACCESS NEWS TRAVEL E-ZINE
VOLUME VI, NUMBER 11, November 2005
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Welcome to the November 2005 issue of the Global Access News Travel E-Zine. Thanks to everyone for taking the time to write us and share your travel experiences.
 
CONTENTS
 
1. ACCESSIBLE PORTUGAL
2. GREEK FERRIES
3. EUROPEAN HOTELS
4. VIENNA, AUSTRIA
5. SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND
6. BRANSON, MO ‘05
 
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1. ACCESSIBLE PORTUGAL

 

Accessible Portugal, operates out of Lisbon, Portugal. It specializes in accessible tourism and arrange trips that include accessible accommodation, restaurants,  transportation and organized tours.
 
To learn more about their accessible van tours or other services, write info@accesibleportugal.com
or call General nº(00351 21 720 31 30) or Luís Varela (marketing director) ( 00351 91 919 56 80 ). Or visit http://www.accessibleportugal.com

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2. GREEK FERRIES
 

Check out the high-speed Minoan Line’s Greek ferries that reportedly provide accessible cabins and comfort while traveling to or from Venice, Ancona, Patras, Corfu or Igoumenitsa to the Greek islands. To query them regarding your specific access needs, write info@greekferries.gr

http://www.greekferries.gr/minoan-en/minoan_services.htm

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3. EUROPEAN HOTELS

 
Any wheelchair user who’s planned a trip to Europe, knows how essential it is to plan ahead, and finding accessible hotels, especially ones with a roll-in shower, is not always a given. Henrik Romain Andresen, of Wheelchair Accessible Europe, hopes to make that planning easier for wheelies. While his site is new, it still offers a good array of accessible hotels in most major European cities. Learn more at http://www.wheelchairaccessibleeurope.com/
or write Henrik at h.andresen@mail.dk
 
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4. VIENNA
 

If you’re visiting Vienna, Austria, this site provides good photos of accommodations that enable visitors to determine whether or not the facility will meet their access needs:
http://www.apartment.at/index_eng.php3/arten/behinderte

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5. SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND
 

Syd and June Burns, of Penrith, England, share their Marriott Hotel access insights on their recent visit to Sheffield, England. http://www.globalaccessnews.com/sheffield05.htm

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6. BRANSON, MO ‘05

 
Judy Schletty and Randy, her boyfriend, of Minnesota, tackled Branson, MO, access for the third time and share their hits and misses with our readers.http://www.globalaccessnews.com/branson05.htm

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Thanks for sharing!
 
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