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Euan's Guide - Accessibility Reviews

Blue Frog
Blue Frog Member Posts: 358 Pioneering
edited September 2016 in Children, parents, and families
If you are looking for things to do over the holidays, this is a brilliant website. All the reviews have been written by people with disabilities or their families and there are like loads of photos to help plan holidays and days out.  

https://www.euansguide.com

I'm sure it has been mentioned on here before, but just wanted to give it another shout out  :)


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  • basiclee08
    basiclee08 Member Posts: 66 Courageous
    Hi I Went To Lincoln To see The Poppies and the City. Have To Say most of City Was Accessible and Enjoyed myself no End. Bear in mind most of City is very old and Some buildings not accessible but their is so much to do and see. Well worth a Visit. Warning plenty cobbled streets. But I  managed ok castle and cathedral Beautiful and accessible

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