Dr. Jessica Voigts
Michigan, United States
i see that you didn't include chicago - that is the VERY best place in the summer - right on lake michigan! over 11 years ago
Travelling to Italy in Dec with our disabled 21 yo son (can walk but is unsteady). Any recommendations for accom and getting around.
you should check out candy harrington's work - her new book is at http://www.barrierfreetravel.net/ and you can get a whole slew of her info from http://barrierfreetravels.com/serendipity/ i just read a cool new book about staying in convents and monasteries, called good night and god bless, by trish clark. i am SURE that if you found a cool place to stay there, you'd learn a lot (not spend much, comparatively), and probably get lots of help. http://www.goodnightandgodbless.com/ you can also check out MIUSA's work, and also a few other good links: http://www.seeitalia.com/essentials/disabled_travel/ http://www.slowtrav.com/europe/disabled_travel.htm good luck! over 11 years ago
we've done interviews with the organizers of the following european music festivals: telemarken: http://www.wanderingeducators.com/books-film/music/telemarkfestivalen-international-folk-music-festival-norway.html roskilde: http://www.wanderingeducators.com/books-film/music/roskilde-music-festival-northern-europes-largest-music-festival-july-3-6-2008.html mull of kintyre: http://www.wanderingeducators.com/books-film/music/mull-kintyre-music-festival.html hebridean celtic festival: http://www.wanderingeducators.com/books-film/music/hebridean-celtic-festival.html the gathering festival: http://www.wanderingeducators.com/books-film/music/pipes-are-calling-you-edinburgh-july.html as i am sure you know, this is only the tip of the iceberg! over 11 years ago