The World is Now More Accessible Than Ever – Explore and Enjoy It!

The world is now more accessible than ever before. According to the 2017 Canadian Survey on Disability, more than 6 million Canadians aged 15 and over (22% of the population) identify as having a disability, and it is expected actual numbers are likely higher. These people need to, want to, and can travel. If you’reContinue reading “The World is Now More Accessible Than Ever – Explore and Enjoy It!”

NCL Escape – (February 2019)

I am not going to write about the cruise ship because I have a previous post about it.  Great ship!  However, we did stay in the Haven on the Escape so will share photos of that.  What I do want to write about is the accessibility of the hotels we stayed at and the impressionContinue reading “NCL Escape – (February 2019)”

Italy (Venice, Florence & Rome) – May 2019

Venice This past May we took the plunge and instead of booking a cruise we decided to visit Italy by land.  I did a lot of research before we left and we decided that we would start in Venice and then train to Florence and then Rome.  Upon arriving at Venice’s Marco Polo Airport,  weContinue reading “Italy (Venice, Florence & Rome) – May 2019”

Travel Accessories Make Great Gifts

This year we decided to stick with practical gifts for Christmas.  Here are some of the gifts I gave Shawn this year.   Adapts Sling – I ordered this online through their website.  It not only is good for transfers on airplanes but a great back-up for an emergency evacuation.  We will be using thisContinue reading “Travel Accessories Make Great Gifts”

RCCL Symphony of the Seas (Mediterranean) -May 2018

This past May ,we were fortunate enough to cruise on RCCL’s brand new mega ship, Symphony of the Seas, out of Barcelona, Spain.  This was our first time travelling to Europe so we were nervous and excited about travelling to unknown waters.  Normally we book at least a balcony stateroom but opted to book anContinue reading “RCCL Symphony of the Seas (Mediterranean) -May 2018”