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The City of Gothenburg, Sweden, has Published a new Brochure on its Accessibility


Gothenburg is Sweden’s second largest city and was founded in 1621. Gothenburg has the largest port in the Nordic Region and a wonderful archipelago, but it is also known as the city highly regarded as a venue for major sporting events, entertainment and culture.


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Angkor Wat in a Wheelchair


Centuries ago in an ancient world, kings were building magnificent temple complexes. King Suryavarman II wasn’t exactly thinking about wheelchair accessibility when he built Angkor Wat, the largest temple complex in the world.


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PushLiving.com Owner Deborah Davis Goes on a Spanish Adventure


What is a girl to do, when she falls in love and has to travel 4600 miles to see her new love??


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YOU Better BELIZE It!!


I figured I could wait till a week out to book my hotel for the last leg of my trip to Belize. I had already booked the first half of trip in the Northern Jungles, and was undecided as to what part of the country’s coastline I wanted to visit for the last four days of my week-long visit.


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Sweden: The Land of Peace, Equality, Flowers and Smiling Children


Our trip began with an arrival night dinner in Stockholm at the coolest, hippest restaurant in town, Sture Hof. The food, service, and atmosphere were a great first welcome. Even the bathroom was perfectly accessible, a nice surprise being I am so spoiled living in Florida, with one of the best accessibility codes in the world.


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VisitEngland Announces New Marketing Campaign to Develop and Promote Accessible Tourism


Todays announcement from VisitEngland is a significant milestone in recognising the economic and social significance of Inclusive Tourism. England like the rest of the western world, has an ageing demographic that is already impacting the demand for accessible holiday experiences.


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