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Bailey Letson
Two women, one in a power wheelchair, stroll along the beach on a pathway.
Life has a way of bogging people down, presenting emotional, physical, and mental strains that can seem overwhelming. There always seems to be something to do, preventing much-needed rest and relaxation. Too often, people don’t give themselves permission to slow down or practice any form of self-care. Allotting little or no time for self-care is...
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A big cruise ship on the water
I have been cruising for more than forty years, the last eleven working as a guest speaker on Celebrity, P&O, Princess Cruises, Cunard, Cruise and Maritime, Fred Olsen and Royal Caribbean. Twenty-five years ago I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, after which I began to notice the lack of information available for people with limited...
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a person in a wheelchair on a flat wood path
My name is Adele, I am Italian and live in Naples, Italy, with my husband Angelo. I am a disabled person who uses a wheelchair to move around. My husband and I love traveling very much, and in 39 years of marriage, we have taken many journeys in Italy, Europe and North America. We are...
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What is Wheel the World Academy? Wheel the World Academy is an online training program created for professionals in the tourism industry. Participants will gain knowledge about disabilities, accessibility, and best practices in accessible tourism. How it all began In December 2016, we were part of the first expedition to complete the W circuit in...
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A man in a wheelchair looks up a narrow alley with barcelona's medieval architecture.
It’s no wonder Barcelona is one of the world’s most popular tourism destinations. Barcelona is famous for its Gaudi architecture, modernism, Mediterranean culture, beaches, and food scene – but did you know that it is a leading destination in accessible tourism? In recent years Catalonia has worked hard to eliminate communicational and architectural barriers in...
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Italy has unsurprisingly been a top destination to travel for centuries now. It is and has been a cultural capital since the Renaissance, with a long list of famous artists, a vast architectural trajectory, and world-renowned cuisine. Who hasn’t eaten a pasta dish with the authentic tomato sauce, Pomodoro? Everyone should experience Italy, and we’ve...
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An elegant house on a green lawn
When we decided to slow-travel the world as a family of 4 (my daughter was born with Spina Bifida and is a wheelchair user), we realized that we don’t have the budget to pay for accommodation and car hire for longer periods. Being from South Africa means that our currency is very weak against the...
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Two women, one in a wheelchair, stroll along the paved walkway that lines Miami Beach.
Miami is famous for many reasons: movies like “Scarface”, starring Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer and “Raging Bull”, directed by Scorcese, are set in Miami, a city whose identity is so well defined that it becomes a true character in the plot. The crime series “Miami Vice” and the book “Miami” by Joan Didion are...
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A lit bridge over a canal in Amsterdam
It’s no wonder Amsterdam is one of the most visited cities in Europe. It is said to be the city with the most culture per capita. With its picturesque buildings lining beautiful canals, history and art running through the city’s veins, and wheels (bikes) being the preferred way to get around, Amsterdam makes an exciting...
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The skyline of a European town in the hills
Welcome to the most accessible weekend in Europe! September 2021 will see museums, churches, galleries and other venues all across Europe open their doors to the public, free of charge. Accessible attractions across the continent will offer special events. This continent-wide festival is known as the ‘Journées du Patrimoine’ or ‘European Heritage Days’, and is...
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