Monthly Archives: March 2016

Malaga – Spain’s New Cultural Hotspot

Written on March 30, 2016 at 9:32 am, by

  While Malaga has for many years attracted visitors thanks to its long hours of sunshine and its nearby beach resorts, Spain’s sixth-largest city is quickly establishing itself as the home of some world-class art museums. The Museo Picasso Malaga was the first of the new crop to open, and this was followed by the  Continue Reading »

New website provides accessibility info for Broadway theatres

Written on March 23, 2016 at 8:56 am, by

Catching a show on Broadway is a highlight for many a trip to New York City. For visitors with a disability however, there’s often an anxiety around whether their specific needs will be met by the theatre. A new website allows visitors to investigate the accessibility features of each theatre and performance. As well as indicating  Continue Reading »

Extending mobility – a new hands-free wheelchair

Written on March 16, 2016 at 6:03 am, by

If you’ve visited any major European city in recent years you’ve probably come across the Segway – the hands-free ‘scooter’ which allows people to move and turn purely by leaning and adjusting their posture. New Zealand-based inventor Kevin Halsall has now adapted this technology to produce the Ogo, a hands-free wheelchair which could offer breakthrough  Continue Reading »

Palm Springs: a taste of the Californian good life

Written on March 9, 2016 at 9:21 am, by

It was once the hangout of stars such as Frank Sinatra and Cary Grant, and even now if you stay awhile you’re quite likely to spy a movie star along its wide streets and midcentury-modern buildings. Palm Springs was the perfect antidote to the stresses of Hollywood and remains an attractive escape, whether it’s from  Continue Reading »

Accessibility Guides for American National Parks

Written on March 2, 2016 at 10:34 am, by

The US National Parks Service (NPS) has long led the way in providing decent trails, signage and information for its millions of visitors of varying mobility. Take a look at any of their park webpages (this one for Yellowstone as an example) and you’ll find plenty of detailed material for those with hearing or visual impairment,  Continue Reading »

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