Wheelchair Ramp Over International Waters
Updated: Aug 6, 2020
Traveling abroad can be frustrating. Waiting for your Uber or Lyft to arrive, having trouble getting all your luggage into the car, having to go through long TSA lines at the airport, you name it. Now can you imagine what it would be like to add a disability onto that? Sure, there are plenty of curb cuts, revolving doors, and you get to preboard the plane, but there are still issues with transportation. That’s America, though. Do you like the idea of traveling abroad, but are worried about disability accommodations and accessibility?
Well, during a recent family cruise on the Rhine river between France and Germany, I did the research so you don’t have to. I found accommodations in both societal attitudes and manmade geographical features. Consider this a mini-guide to disability while traveling in Europe.
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