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Hi Judy,A lot, if not most of Boston, is handicap friendly. Most of the tours, cruises and attractions are wheelchair accessible. Among the things I know are wheelchair accessible are,Salem Maritime National Historic SiteHuntington Theatre CompanyMus... See More
Hello Cyndi,It sounds like you're experiencing one of travels main dilemmas; You can't do everything you want in the time you have. I hear you, lady! It stinks!Indeed, Bristol is closer to Moreton-in-Marsh than London, but it's a small airport. As a ... See More
Hi Jane,I don't know what museums you've seen already. Since you say you've been to New York before, I'll assume you've already seen the top ones already. Let me suggest two that are often overlooked.I heartily recommend the Tenement Museum at 97 Orc... See More
Hello Angie,In my experience trans-Atlantic flights are usually rather calm. In fact, the most turbulent flights I've encountered have always been over the mid-western portion of the United States. By comparison most flight to London are eerily calm.... See More
Hello Shubh,I don't know if this is somewhere you'd be interested in, but you might wish to consider Portugal's Algarve. The southern coast of Portugal sounds to me as if it fits all your criteria; it's the perfect place to relax, there are some, but... See More
Hi Mireille,Yes, the upper west side is a safe area. Most of New York City is safe. This includes most of the Bronx and Brooklyn, too.New York is big (as in enormous), loud, fast paced and intense. Many people confuse this with dangerous. To be sure,... See More
Hi Brian,There's a lot you can do in Munich with seven hours. However, the answer really depends on what you enjoy.Do you like museums or art? Go to the Alte Pinakothek der Moderne. It' got Rubens up the wazoo. The Deutsches Museum is the Bavarian eq... See More
Hi Al,You're going to find quick enough that having a car is both a good thing, and a bad thing. In many European cities having a car is like being shacked to a ball and chain. In many cases you'll probably want to park it and rely on public transpor... See More
Well Gregg,That's a new one on me!In short, don't count on it. There are several reasons I say this.Although a flight attendant usually appreciates a small token gift from a passenger, there may be several problems with a gift of wine. First, it woul... See More
Hi Andres,With three weeks to look forward to, I would consider a side trip to the Cinque Terre; five little traffic-free towns hugging the Mediterranean. They're a picturesque delight, with pastel colored buildings that seem to lean against one anot... See More