GLOBAL ACCESS NEWS TRAVEL E-ZINE
VOLUME I, NUMBER 6, September 2000
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Welcome to the September 2000 issue of the Global Access Travel E-Zine. Thanks to everyone for taking the time to write us and share your travel experiences.

CONTENTS

1. CAMPING IN FRANCE
2. FLORIDA FLING
3. IGUASSU FALLS FOR WHEELCHAIRS
4. ISLE OF WIGHT GUIDE
5. MIDWEST EXPRESS WARNING
6. WHERE TO COMPLAIN

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1. CAMPING IN FRANCE

Keycamp,
the European camping holiday firm, now has four accessible mobile homes available in France. The accessible campsites are located in Erquy, Benodet, Bois Masson and St. Hilaire Les Ecureuils. These campsites also provide wheelchair access to the bar, swimming pool, etc. The homes sleep six and include a seated shower. For details, visit: http://www.keycamp.co.uk/

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2. FLORIDA FLING


Vickey Riddel shares her whirlwind six days in Florida with her son in this September’s feature trip Visit http://www.globalaccessnews.com/florida2000.htm

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3. IGUASSU FALLS FOR WHEELCHAIRS


Sandy A, of Port St. Lucie, FL, reports that Brazil’s Igassu Falls was quite possible to view in her wheelchair but still a very challenging adventure, nevertheless. “There were walkways on both sides of the river,” she said, “but sometimes the ramps were so steep they gave my arms a real workout. Thankfully I had a sturdy companion along.” Janet recommends the Sheraton Hotel at Igassu Falls for good access and superb views. For an in-depth look at South American access, visit our Travel Archives for Ronald Davies’ excellent report. http://www.globalaccessnews.com/samerica96.htm

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4. ISLE OF WIGHT GUIDE


Cicely B., of Houston, TX, reports that the Isle of Wight Tourism Board now publishes a Holiday Guide. Tel: (01983) 813800.

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5. MIDWEST EXPRESS WARNIN
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Mark Vetrano had every reason to believe that his flight to Milwaukee, WI would go smoothly. He could not have been more wrong. Check out our latest air carrier warning. http://www.globalaccessnews.com/midwestwarning.htm

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6. WHERE TO COMPLAIN


Each month, we receive many requests regarding where U.S. citizens can report ADA transportation violations. For problems with surface transportation, contact the U.S. Department of Transportation, Departmental Office of Civil Rights, S-30, 400 7th St. SW, Room 10215, Washington, DC 20590. Tel: (202) 366-4648.

For airline-related issues, contact the Aviation Consumer Protection Division Civil Rights Office, C-75, Room 4107, Washington, DC 20590. Tel: (202) 366-2220).

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