Hi everyone, hope you are all good today :)
My Grandmother is visiting me in Montreal next month and we really want to take a short trip across the border to Vermont (or New York) so that she can see the countryside in the Fall. Whilst she can walk she tires easily so she will use a wheelchair when outdoors.
Where can we go that is wheelchair accessible ?
I am thinking along the Champlain Lake, any must see places?
We only have 3 days and whilst we do want to get as much out of these days as possible I do not want to over tire my Gran (she is 85).
Any help is greatly appreciated.
We will be traveling from Nashville to Sevierville, TN and wondered what their is to see of do along that route? What is there that you would not miss seeing or doing?
I learned on Virtual Tourist that there is a hike to Rock Garden City. I would like to get an idea about how vigorous the hike is. We are 4 seniors, in pretty good shape but one of us has minor back problems. Is it a steep hike or relatively gradual?
I am relocating to the Baltimore area and will be driving from Dallas with a trailer. I am looking at routes that will have the fewest steep inclines or mountains and have not driven through Alabama before and was wondering if they have either. Any help would be appreciated.
I am going to NYC at the beginning of October for the first time, with my husband and brother/sister in law. We are very excited! :) Actually I had 2 questions for anyone out there familiar with the Big Apple:
1. How cold is it usually in New York at the very beginning of October? I am a Texas girl, loving the heat, and I freeze at 70 degrees. So I'm wanting to take clothes that are warm enough, but not ridiculous, lol. And does it rain a lot during that time of year?
2. I had to get tickets to Broadway while we were in NYC, so I bought tickets to Phantom of the Opera. I was disappointed, though, that I couldn't get the best seats (center Orchestra reasonably close). They were either sold out or too expensive (I am buying for all 4 of us as a surprise, so it would have been over $800 for those seats). The best seats I could get were LEFT Orchestra, Row K , seats 9, 11, 13, 15. I know that Row K is a pretty good row, but I'm concerned about being so far over on the left :( I was just wondering if anyone else has ever sat in the Right or Left Orchestra, and what it was like?
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