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Wheelchair Travel Newsletter
December 30, 2020
"An optimist stays up until midnight to see the new year in. A pessimist stays up to make sure the old year leaves."
 — William E. Vaughan
Hello and Happy (early) New Year!
I truly hope that you have had a nice holiday season. There is no doubt that 2020 has been a trying year for each of us. It is my hope that the coming year will be filled with joy instead of sorrow and exploration rather than quarantine. We are more deserving than ever of a happy and prosperous new year!
Since my last message on Cristmas Eve, I have only published a few new articles, but wanted to share them with you before the ball drops tomorrow night.
Keep an eye out for the next newsletter, which will arrive about two weeks from now. Inside, you'll find details about the first of many contests/giveaways for 2021. You won't want to miss it!

Best wishes for good health and happiness,
— John Morris
Wheelchair user looking at city skyline through accessible viewfinder.
Year in Review: These Were the 20 Most Popular Wheelchair Travel Articles in 2020
Although 2020 was a difficult year for the travel industry and this website, readers still researched accessible travel destinations with an eye toward the future.
Rental cars lined up in a parking garage.
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Government Proposes New Rule to Make Rental Cars More Accessible
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has proposed two rule changes to give wheelchair users greater access to rental cars.
Salt Lake City skyline.
Utah’s capital city and former host to the 2002 Olympic Games, Salt Lake City is a fantastic destination to visit in all seasons. Explore the possibilities in this detailed accessible travel guide.
King size bed in hotel room.
Inside Look: Park MGM, the First Smoke-Free Resort on the Las Vegas Strip
Take a look inside a wheelchair accessible hotel room with a roll-in shower at the only smoke-free hotel on the Las Vegas Strip.
Two older people sitting on a bench watching the sunset along with one wheelchair user.
Read the Report: 2020 Accessible Travel Study
The 2020 Accessible Travel report provides businesses and destinations with an opportunity to reimagine inclusive travel for the post-pandemic world.
Pope Francis speaking.
Pope Francis Makes the Case for Disability Inclusion, Calls Out "Indifferent Bystanders"
On the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Pope Francis released an inspired statement in support of disabiliity inclusion.
Still image of Ali Stroker acting in movie.
How to Watch Disabled Actress Ali Stroker's Holiday Movie for Free
Tony Award winning actress Ali Stroker, a wheelchair user, stars in a new film on Lifetime Movie Network. Use this guide to stream for free (even if you don't have cable TV).
Do you have a travel story to share?

I want to feature as many perspectives as possible on the website, and I would be honored if you would share one of your favorite travel stories in a guest blog post.

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