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      I recently read an article about accessible travel and how to properly book a room for a wheelchair user. In this article it states that you should always book accessible travel directly with an airline or hotel. The reason being if you go through a third party, to get that great deal on a hotel room, you are likely to end up with inaccessible room. I always make an online reservation for a first floor and follow-up with a phone call to the hotel.  Remember to put it in writing so you have proof of your requests and such.

      How do you avoid spending a lot of money and finding an accessible room when traveling? What requirements do you have when traveling and staying in a hotel?

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