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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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Accessible Tourism is the Tourism Industry's Bicycle


Strange title?While the title may appear to unusual it goes to the very heart of the issue for travelers with a disability and a tourism industry that has so far been unable to see beyond the end of its nose in relation to one of the fastest growing opportunities it has


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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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Wilsons Prom more accessible than ever before for people with a disability.


Parks Victoria is embracing inclusive tourism, not just providing accessibility, with the latest redevelopments of Wilsons Promontory


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Cape Town South Africa


Our Journey from Florida to Cape Town started In Johannesburg. Due to an extremely long flight with a required de-boarding and refueling in Dakar, I needed to stretch out and lie down and take a hot bath! The perfect place to do this ended up being the Hotel Inter-Continental Hotel, located right within the Joburg Airport. All we had to do was collect our bags and walk across the airport road to this elegant, modern and upscale hotel for a much needed recharge. A wonderful dinner in the hip dining room, and a beautiful accessible room made this a great start to my introduction to SA! 


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An Economic Model of Disability


Occasional paper No. 4. Changing the demand drivers for the provision of products and services in Inclusive Tourism. The Why and How.


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