6.7 Travellers with Disabilities


Books

"Able to Travel: True Stories by and for People with Disabilities" edited by Allison Walsh. Rough Guides

"Access in Israel", "Access in London", and "Access in Paris"

"Access to the World" by Louise Weiss. Henry Holt Publications (503)233-3936

"Easy Access Australia: A Travel Guide to Australia" by Bruce Cameron

"Barrier-Free Travel: A Nuts and Bolts Guide for Wheelers and Slow Walkers" by Candy B Harrington.

"Exotic Destinations for Wheelchair Travellers" by Ed Hansen and Bruce Gordon.
Full Data Limited of San Francisco (800)842-8338, and Bookmasters (800)247-6553.

"Great American Vacations for Travelers with Disabilities" by Donna Cornacchio

"India, Wheelchair Journey" by Ed Long.
Ed Long Publications, 2503 Lincoln Ave, San Diego, CA 92104

"The Inscrutable Orient" by Ed Hansen and Bruce Gordon.
Full Data Limited of San Francisco (800)842-8338, and Bookmasters (800)247-6553.

"Moving Violations: War Zones, Wheelchairs, and Declarations of Independence" by John Hockenberry

"The Real Guide: Able to Travel" by Real Guides

"Rick Steves' Easy Access Europe: A Guide for Traveleres with Limited Mobility"

"Travel Access in London: A Guide for Those Who Have Problems Getting Around" by Gordon Couch

"Travel for the Disabled" by Helen Hecker

"Wheelchair Around the World" by Patrick D. Simpson

"Wheelchair Through Europe" by Annie Mackin.
Graphic Language Press, P.O. Box 270, Cardiff by the Sea, CA 92007

"Wheels & Waves: Cruise, Ferry, River & Canal Barge Guide for the Physically Challenged"
by Genie and George Aroyan. Wheels Aweigh Publishing Company, 17105 San Carols Boulevard, Suite A-6107, Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931. Also available from Bookmasters (800) 637-2256.

"A World of Options" by Mobility International USA
PO Box 10767 Eugene, OR 97440
(541)343-1284, fax (541)343-6812. 600 pages


Links
Access-Able Travel Source
Accessible Journeys
Access Unlimited
disABILITY Information and Resources
Emerging Horizons Travel Newsletter
Gimp on the Go
Global Access News: Disabled Travel Network
Handicapped Travel Club
Lonely Planet Forum
Mobility International
Moss Rehab
New Mobility
Society for the Advancement of Travelers with Handicaps

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