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Please read our article about ongoing service failures by cruise lines and hotels. As a community we need access particularly into the cruise lineâ€™s and hotel groupâ€™s decision makers to ensure that these types of experiences are very rare and not an everyday experience. Anyone have access to levels of management so that we can deal with this all too common service failure ?
Hi everyone! Iâ€™m travelling to Orlando at the end of the month and Iâ€™m wondering if I need to specifically book a wheelchair taxi for pick up at MCO (Orlando) to take us to our hotel, or if they are readily available from the airport? I mainly fly into Vancouver, Canada (YVR) and the wheelchair taxis are so plentiful there that i think they are that way everywhere. I flew into Las Vegas (LAS) thinking that it was one of the most accessible places to vacation, which it was, but the availability of wheelchair taxis was a joke. It definitely lowered my opinion for accessibility for Vegas. So now Iâ€™m wondering about Orlando. Can anybody give me some insight?
Looking for recommendations for convenient accessible hotels for touring DC. We will be renting a scooter when we get there. We are also interested in seeing Mount Vernon but are unsure of how to get there with the scooter. Any tips appreciated!