a keen reader, then seeking out new bookshops is surely one of the great
pleasures in your life. For many of us, discovering a hidden gem in a new town
or city can be a getaway highlight.
from the big chains like Waterstones (which are generally modern and
accessible, with lifts and wider entrances), what are the options? How accessible
are many of the smaller, independent stores?
help you out, here is Quingo Scooters’ guide to the five best accessible UK bookshops.
If you’re going to explore New England, then Boston will be one of
the highlights of your trip. There are few more historic cities in the US, and
it is a fascinating place to explore for a few days. There are plenty of great
galleries and museums, historic sites to visit, and also some delicious New
England seafood to sample.
Wherever you are traveling in the USA, public buildings are now required
by law to be fully accessible to those of us with different mobility needs.
Los Angeles can feel
like a city of endless opportunity. But that incredible scale can sometimes
mean that it’s not always easy to find what you’re looking for. Just ask any
aspiring Hollywood star.
But whatever brings you
to L.A., the one thing that you will want to seek out is some of the great food
on offer. The city’s restaurants reflect the remarkable mix of cultures that
you find here. And the sheer size of the place means that the choice of places
to eat out is vast.
over a remarkable 84 million acres, the USA’s National Park network has grown
since Yellowstone was declared the first park in 1872. Today, these areas of vast
wilderness, spectacular deserts and endless forests are one of the country’s
National Park Service has done an excellent job of making them as open and
accessible as possible. So with that in mind, here is Quingo Scooters’ pick of
the very best accessible trails across US National Parks.
The General Sherman Tree Trail, Sequoia
USA everything is bigger: and its trees are no different.