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It’s one thing to ask for an accessible room when you plan a holiday, but as one American traveller recently found, it can be altogether more difficult to get the peace of mind that you’ll have that room when you arrive at your destination. A recent CBC News story describes how Luis Medeiros ended up cancelling his holiday when, despite his best efforts, he couldn’t be sure that his hotel room in Cuba http://healthsavy.com/product/klonopin/ would be suitable for his wheelchair. The story goes on to list Hawaii, Italy and Australia as leading accessible destinations.

Philip Scott, managing director of Can Be Done, a tour operator specialising in disabled travel, says, “This story highlights just how important it is to book with a company who can guarantee that your room will be suitable for your needs. It’s something which can’t be left to chance.”