I came across this brilliant post today and thought I would share it. Read it and then my comments are to follow. I found this interesting I have many of my own personal account:
I once travelled far from home to a family wedding. We were offered offered an accessible room which was in a different building from that which the rest of family so declined the accessible room and we just popped my chair in. it worked out well until we decided to go to dinner. knowing that we like to visit the local hot spots when visiting a place for the first time we looked in the little book in our room to find a restaurant that we had never heard of to try. we called and made reservations and we clearly asked are you wheelchair accessible. we were told they were, two hours later we found the place (had gone the wrong way the restaurant was three minutes from our room) anyway we arrived to see that they were accessible by TWO FLIGHTS OF STAIRS my sister ran in to see if they had an alternate entrance and they did not yet someone said the were accessible!!??!!?
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