Sundial Bridge Redding CA

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Rolling Travel Access hopes to provide insight into travel locations and wheelchair accessibility within the United States and further. As a wheelchair user I have traveled across our country and to exciting places in the world and recently have started to document these experiences.

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Vancouver B.C.

  Vancouver B.C.        I grew up in Vancouver and on or recent visit there we visited with my family and stayed in town at the Westin Bayshore on Coal Harbor, adjacent to Stanley Park. They were a couple of days for proper vacation and they proved to ...
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Redding California

Sundial Bridge: If you have ever viewed photos or traveled to Europe you would have seen bridges or buildings of similar design to the Sundial Bridge which crosses the Sacramento River in Redding, which was designed by Santiago Calatrava. The bridge was completed in 2004 and has become one of ...
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Arches National Park

Arches National Park

  Arches National Park is located in eastern Utah and when driving home from Colorado we stayed in Moab and visited the park. The park is just minutes away from Moab and it shows the visitor a red-rock wonderland of arches, spires, and incredible panoramic views. Much of Arches can ...
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Alaskan Cruise

Alaska Cruise At the end of summer we went on an Alaskan cruise with Holland America, on the Noordam, it was a great trip with amazing things to see and do, with the ship proving quite accessible. The cruise was the last of season and the weather was a little ...
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Rocky Mountain National Park

  This summer we traveled to Rocky Mountain National Park, located northwest of Denver, Colorado, along the front range of the Rocky Mountains. The Continental Divide runs through the middle of the park, it is situated between the towns of Estes Park to the east and Grand Lake to the ...
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