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comment What are good holidays for a disabled adult and a small child?
The High Peak and Tissington Trails in the Peak District are very accessible, Parsley Hay Cycle Hire has "bikes" that are attached to the back of a wheelchair.
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comment What are good holidays for a disabled adult and a small child?
Think about saving the money on not going on holiday to get a powered chair- freedom is worth so much.
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comment How can I make flying with a wheelchair or crutches easier?
airport wheel chair services work in the same way using your own chair.
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comment How can I make flying with a wheelchair or crutches easier?
checking in a wheelchair is a BIG risk, copying with a lost set of cloths is a lot easier then trying to get hold of a replacement wheelchair. Also more people touch a check-in char therefore more chance of it getting damaged.
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answered How can I make flying with a wheelchair or crutches easier?
Jul
27
comment Slightly illicit: felon traveling on a US passport; will I be refused entry to the UK?
@Calchas, I think it comes down to how effective the other checks are believed to be by the person you are trying to catch. So just by using 'behavioural observation' so you don't do the checks on most people, you may stop it working....
Jul
27
comment Slightly illicit: felon traveling on a US passport; will I be refused entry to the UK?
@Calchas, An example, when the UK police setup metal detectors at trains stations to find people with knife, hardly anyone is found due to the detectors sounding. However undercover officers find lots of people with knifes due to them trying to avoid the detector.
Jul
27
comment Slightly illicit: felon traveling on a US passport; will I be refused entry to the UK?
How do I go about giving a tip off when all I have it the person's stackexchange logon?
Jul
27
comment Slightly illicit: felon traveling on a US passport; will I be refused entry to the UK?
@Calchas, 'behavioural observation' works well but ONLY if it is not the main system in use. It is when people start to believe it can be used instead of other systems that it fails.
Jul
27
comment Cancelled UK visa on entry
I expect that not having a booked return ticket within a few weeks of arrival was a key issue. I am VERY glad that for once the UK boarder force is going a good job!
Jul
24
answered Is an OysterCard worth it for occasional 1-day visits from outside London?
Jul
15
comment Frequent Traveller to the UK Does Not Want to Fill Out Landing Cards, Be Interviewed
At least you don't have someone that NEVER smiles, with a gun, just waiting to shoot for any reason they can come up with, you asking you the questions unlike when someone arrives in the USA!
Jul
12
comment How much cash to carry for a conference in the Netherlands?
@Willeke, about £4 for the buy back see travelex.co.uk/services/buy-back-guarantee and travelmoney.moneysavingexpert.com/buy-back then about 0.5% when using my cash card in a ATM outside of the EU
Jul
12
answered How much cash to carry for a conference in the Netherlands?
Jun
22
comment Do they stock parachutes in commercial airliners?
"Only a small percentage of accidents happen during flight" is KEY.
Jun
17
answered Where should I stay in London with an early Heathrow departure?
Jun
16
comment I have a 12-hour layover in Istanbul. Will I be able to leave the airport to do some sightseeing in the city?
I think this is the best option, as it is then THEIR problem if the couch gets stack in traphic and you miss your flight.
Jun
16
comment I have a 12-hour layover in Istanbul. Will I be able to leave the airport to do some sightseeing in the city?
On a bad day a bus or taxis will take over 2 hr each way!
Jun
15
comment Most respectful way to set alarm when sharing the room
It is NOT respectful to get up in a hostel much before the standard breakfast time regardless of your alarm.
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