Whether you want to visit local sites or experience international adventures, read more about accessible travel right here.
A magnificent mansion, war, politics, and death by spinal cord injury. No, it’s not a Hollywood movie. It’s all part of the accessible tour at
If you have ever traveled, you’ve experienced it. Digging through a suitcase looking for that pair of pants you need right now. Inevitably, they’re on
On the return trip from Knoxville, my mom and I visited to Cumberland Falls State Resort Park. Cumberland Falls is in Corbin, Kentucky; it’s about
I’d always wanted to visit Berea, Kentucky. I’d decided I need to see more of Kentucky. I’ve lived in Louisville since I was 11 years
Over the years I’ve fallen in love with Locust Grove. The Georgian-styled mansion was built around 1792 and is located on 55 acres of beautiful
Sharing an enjoyable, local, free adventure with a friend always makes for a great day. Add in great food, handmade candy and wheelchair accessibility –
Do you want to travel to a developing country (or simply travel), but think it’s impossible? Don’t dismiss the thought. It might take a little
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