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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MB Sprinter Van Build Part 1

Finding a wheelchair accessible full sized van proved difficult, so we purchased a Sprinter cargo van and created a plan to finish it out for ourselves, incorporating what would be needed for wheelchair use. Easier said than done but still enjoyable. I have used a mini van for years and ...
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St. George, Bryce & Zion Canyons, Utah

In October 2020 we traveled to the South West and visited St. George UT, along with Zion and Bryce  Canyon. We have visited these canyons previously but never spent any time in St. George. Sherrie plays pickle ball and there had been a tournament scheduled, but due to Covid it ...
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Napa Valley Wine Country

The Napa Valley is filled with gorgeous and tasty wineries from below the city of Napa, Domaine Caneros with champagne, up to Chateau Montelena famous as the location in the movie “Bottle Shock”, at the top of the valley. In that movie tastings were free and now tastings range from ...
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Vancouver B.C.

  Vancouver B.C.  I grew up in Vancouver and on our recent visit there we visited with my family and stayed down 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 be so. An ...
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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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