Starting the planning process for a Disney vacation, or any vacation, can be overwhelming. We’ve outlined 5 Things that No-one Tells You when planning a vacation with someone with unique needs.
For two days, two members of the NeverEnding Disney traveled from Massachusetts to Providence for an event at the Dunkin Donuts Center. There are several hotel options within a close, e.g. walking distance, to the events location. The walk from the front doors of the hotel to our destination was approximately 3 minutes. It was a beautiful, sunny fall day, so the walk was quick and easy.
In addition to the event, our goal was to find a hotel with disability friendly amenities. The Hilton Providence includes a heated indoor pool and a 24-hour fitness center. An on-site restaurant, The Vig, which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in a casual environment. Just outside the doors, is a Starbucks. It is technically on-site but you have to leave the hotel to get to it.
Rooms include free Wi-Fi access, a flat-screen TV, coffee makers and work desks with ergonomic chairs.
In 2018, we had a big family trip to Walt Disney World. There were a couple of people in our party who needed to use electric scooters. We rented one from an outside provider and a couple of times we rented one at the parks. They were both in fine shape, although we have to admit the one that we rented at Magic Kingdom was in considerably better shape than the one from the outside provider. Nonetheless, should you need one, here are our recommendations on the best options.
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