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1. Travel Italy by Train: A Disabled-Friendly Itinerary
April 29, 2017


If you’ve dreamed of seeing the ancient wonders of Rome, the galleries of Florence or the canals of Venice but have been told they are not appropriate destinations for ‘disabled holidays’, then our train tour of Italy’s cultural cities is just what you need. Recent clients, for whom I put together an itinerary for a tour of the three cities by train, reported back that the fully accessible Italian train network made the journey wonderfully relaxing as they could sit comfortably and look at beautiful landscapes between cities. And our clients didn’t have to worry about the famous cobb... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

2. These Hotels in Barbados are Welcoming to All Abilities
April 29, 2017


Barbados is many people’s dream destination with its white sand beaches and clear blue seas and, with a bit of advanced planning by me and my team at Can Be Done, it can also be the perfect place for travellers who find getting around a bit of a challenge. Here are three hotels which we’ve checked out personally and offer as part of our specially tailored packages for clients who are less mobile or disabled. Holidays at these hotels are ideal for those who still enjoy travelling the world and don’t want to compromise on luxury. Accra Beach Hotel & Spa This hotel is all about... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

3. Copenhagen: An Accessible City Guide
April 29, 2017


Copenhagen is a beautiful city, with a rich history dating back as far as the 11th Century and loads of impressive architecture, from the traditional old trading houses to the grand palaces still occupied by today’s Danish royal family. Of course, where there’s ‘history’ in northern European cities, there are usually cobblestones. But don’t let this put you off Copenhagen as a great destination for holidays for disabled travellers, because we at Can Be Done have put together a great package to the Danish capital with plenty of accessible routes around the city. Top Tip: Many of the ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

4. A Wheelchair User's Guide to Disneyland Paris
April 29, 2017


After more than 60 years in the theme park business, Disney know a thing or two about making all their guests happy, and that includes those with mobility issues. Our Disneyland Paris package is hugely popular with our clients because the park has been designed around a model of accessibility, which makes it the perfect place for family holidays for disabled travellers looking for the thrills and spills of the very latest rides. Accessibility Around Disneyland Paris The park itself features wide, smooth walkways perfect for wheelchair access and, for those who might need additio... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

5. The Best Hiking in France? Head to Chamonix!
April 29, 2017


Maybe you’ve been to Chamonix during the ski season and pitted your nerve against the resort’s challenging runs and adrenalin-fuelled off-piste, but none of that will prepare you for the exhilaration of hiking its dramatic landscape in the warmer months. Hiking in France is big news in the summer months, and nowhere are the trails as awe-inspiring as Chamonix. The bustling mountain resort, set in a steep valley with Mount Blanc towering above it, was actually a mecca for climbers and hikers long before it became a ‘ski’ resort. And today, climbers and hikers still come here throughout the... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

6. Summer Activities in Morzine That the Kids Will Love
April 29, 2017


Trying to keep teenagers outdoors, enjoying fresh air and (god forbid) exercise can be a struggle, but with all the action-packed activities on offer in the French Alpine resort of Morzine they’ll be having too much fun to want to stay inside. There are so many great summer activities in Morzine that no matter what your kids are into, whether thrill-seeking oro geocaching, you’ll find plenty to keep them entertained. Check out my guide to some of the very best family-friendly summer activities in Morzine. Canoeing and Kayaking Whether you choose paddling calmly on Lac Montr... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

7. From Canyoning to Mountaineering: This is Summer in Morzine
April 29, 2017


Just because the snow has melted doesn’t mean that the French Alps, with their dramatic mountain peaks and rivers raging with fresh melt water, don’t still have plenty to offer the adrenalin junkie looking for a hit of high octane adventure. Check out the summer activities in Morzine and you’ll discover that what goes on here in the summer makes the winter months look tame by comparison. White Water Rafting Probably one of the most exhilarating summer activities in Morzine is white water rafting down rivers turbulent with the winter’s melt water. There are a number of companies ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

8. Your First Ski Season in Morzine: What to Expect
April 29, 2017


For anyone who’s ever befriended a chalet host (they are a friendly bunch) and heard tales of long seasons on the snow and late nights out with co-workers, chalet work sounds like a great option. But what does it really involve? What price do you pay for all that fresh powder and great après scene? Well, the truth is, if you’re prepared for some hard work, then it really is as good as it sounds. Working in skiing accommodation, like the chalets in Morzine, gives you the chance to pay your way through a ski season in return for a few hours a day of very hard graft. What the Role Invol... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

9. Swap the Pistes for Greens in Morzine
April 29, 2017


If you fancy improving your game amidst the beautiful landscape of the French Alps this summer, then you’ll be thrilled to discover that there is a fantastic range of golf courses in France’s stunning Haute Savoie region. Base yourself in Morzine and you’ll have two golf courses on your doorstep, both set in breath-taking Alpine landscape, and several more a reasonable drive away. Hotels in Morzine offer a great deal during the summer months and there is plenty of choice, from five-star luxury to charming local bed and breakfasts. Les Gets Golf Club Close to the hotels in Morzin... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

10. Morzine for Thrillseekers Who Have ‘Done it All
April 29, 2017


So you’ve para-skied, ice-climbed, maybe even tried hurtling downhill on a skeleton sled – but don’t be fooled into thinking that you’ve had all the thrills there are to be had in the French Alps! In the resort of Morzine, part of the Portes du Soleil skiing area, they’ve found new ways to thrill a generation of adrenaline junkies with a range of action-packed activities. Guests staying at one of the many hotels in Morzine will discover that there is as much to do here after the lifts close as there is during the day, and the best part is most of them are so new you’ll be the only on... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

11. Tuscan Olive Oil: From the Source to the Table
April 29, 2017


There are few things more quintessentially Tuscan than olive oil. A staple part of the culture and one of the region’s most famous exports, no visits or tours of Tuscany would be complete without sampling its golden flavours. The Tuscans have been farming olives since the days of the Etruscans, relying on oil in place of butter, due to the local breed of cattle producing little milk. It’s been a key ingredient of Tuscan cooking for centuries, and carries the bonus of having incredible health benefits, being great for the heart and circulation. If you’re looking to impress the locals with ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

12. The Secrets of the Ponte Vecchio
April 29, 2017


Alongside David in the Uffizi, and the famous dome of Cathedral, the Ponte Vecchio is the essential stopping point on all Florence tours. Gazing down at the waters of the River Arno, gleaming in the sunshine, and reflecting the towers of the city, it’s not hard to see why. But how much do you know about the secrets of Italy’s most iconic bridge? The Origins of the Bridge The Ponte Vecchio is not the first bridge on this site. The current structure dates back to 1345-50, which replaced even older bridges, which had collapsed from flooding in 1333. The bridge originally served as a def... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

13. The Fabulous Flavours of Florentine Cuisine
April 29, 2017


Florentines know how to enjoy the dolce vita, and the core ingredient is unquestionably the food. Florentine cooking is essentially Tuscan and has its own speciality dishes, based around grilled meats, good breads, parmesan and of course, the star of the show: Tuscan extra virgin olive oil. To really get the ultimate taste for the region, why not try some of these foods on one of our delicious culinary Tuscany tours? Bistecca alla Fiorentina This main course is the cherry on top of Florentine cooking – a thick and weighty porterhouse cut of steak, typically between two and eight poun... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

14. The Six Bridges of Florence
April 29, 2017


Florence, city of art, towers, and beautiful bridges, which span the river Arno and harmoniously criss-cross the medieval city. Of the six bridges, five were bombed in the Second World War, but have been reconstructed to match their former glory, and each has its own character and historical secrets. Our innovative, escorted Florence tours can bring the stories of some of the city's most memorable bridges to life with the help of one of our passionate guides. Here is a little teaser of the bridges that you may encounter. Ponte alle Grazie This used to be a covered bridge resembl... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

15. From Green to Steam Room: The Best Luxury Golf & Spa Resorts
April 29, 2017


Whether you take your golfing seriously, or just take pleasure in pottering around putting, a luxury golfing holiday which expertly combines superb golf with decadent pampering in a top spa is a delightful break that offers the best of both worlds. The Ritz-Carlton (Abama, Tenerife) For a luxury golfing holiday with a real emphasis on the luxury, look no further than what we consider to be the most indulgent place to stay in Tenerife: The Ritz-Carlton. Boasting 10 restaurants, 2 Michelin stars, 7 swimming pools as well as a private beach and adult-only entry, this hotel simply oozes ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

16. Madeira, Made for Wine
April 29, 2017


Madeira enjoys more than its fair share of festivals: throughout the summer the Madeirans, and those fortunate enough to join them on this beautiful island, celebrate the lemon, banana and onion (limão, banana and cebola respectively) in specially-organised festive occasions in different rural locations dotted across the island . However, for oenophiles the Madeira Wine Festival is one Madeiran experience that is simply not to be missed. Stay in one of many 5 star hotels in Madeira over the duration of the Wine Festival for the best access to the festivities, and a late summer getaway to ... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

17. Exploring the Wonderful Western Coast of Sicily
April 29, 2017


I've been helping clients plan Sicily holidays for more than three decades and, in my opinion, the western part of the island is one of the most fascinating and authentic destinations in all of Italy. It's absolutely brimming with history, culture and traditional cuisine, but it's more than that; I think that if you discover the west, you've discovered the real Sicily… Make Like a Local Heading "out west" on Sicily holidays provides the opportunity to really immerse in the local way of life. I highly recommend my clients choose one of the excellent agritourismi for their accommodation in... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

18. Culture Vultures: Flock to Paphos, Cyprus!
April 29, 2017


It doesn’t take much to slip back in time in this town: history and culture seem to ooze from the very stone walls around you. Meander through the charming Old Town and enjoy a drink at one of many little cafés or pleasant bars down by the harbour. After you’ve absorbed a bit of the ancient vibe, ensure you take in these attractions within the UNESCO cultural site, which is also the birthplace of Aphrodite. Aphrodite’s Rock (Petra tou Romiou) The goddess Aphrodite is said to have been born on this sacred pile of rocks, before being carried to the nearby shore in a shell. If you’re lu... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

19. All Aboard the Agape Rose: Explore the Dalmatian Coast in Style
April 29, 2017


For anyone who loves sailing, a cruise along the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia would have to be at the top of the bucket list. Even for those who've never considered the idea before, a trip aboard the luxury vessel MS Agape Rose is enough to turn a die-hard landlubber into a dedicated sailor. I've helped many of our clients plan holidays in Croatia and, for those with a sense of adventure, I often recommend this particular cruise. Laidback Luxury: It's All Smooth Sailing! For some people the idea of sailing might sound a little like hard work – but there's none of that on the Agape Rose... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

20. Apple Dubai Mall: yet another plume in the desert!
April 29, 2017


One of the world’s largest kinetic art installations opens to visitors at the Apple Dubai Mall… Apple Dubai Mall is reinventing the traditional introverted idea of mall-based retail as a more outward-looking experience that engages with the spectacle of urban life. Its design is a highly innovative response to the culture and climate of the Emirates, while also demonstrating Apple’s pioneering ambition to create inspirational civic spaces for all. Designed by the veteran Foster+Partners, the new Apple Dubai Mall occupies the most pivotal position in the city, alongside the iconic B... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

21. Vendange Carmel Inn and Suites Announces New Wine-Themed Room in Partnership with Award-Winning Mes
April 28, 2017


Vendange Carmel Inn and Suites has announced a new wine-themed room designed by owner and winemaker Ann Hougham of award-winning Mesa Del Sol Estate Retreat and Winery of Greenfield, California. Carmel, CA, April 27, 2017 — Vendange Carmel Inn and Suites has announced a new wine-themed room designed by owner and winemaker Ann Hougham of award-winning Mesa Del Sol Estate Retreat and Winery of Greenfield, California. Hougham decorated the room in a country vineyard theme, with muted floral print shams and bedskirts on the bed, color photographs of Arroyo Seco gorge and the Mesa Del Sol ... (read more)

Author: John Paul

22. Try one of these Croatia cruise holidays!
April 28, 2017


There is a saying that there is no other better way to explore Croatia than from the water. So if this is what you want for your next holiday, then you should start looking for a company that offers boat rent Trogir, because you are not the only tourist looking for a boat. This guide will suggest you some cruise options, because there are different ways to explore Croatia, your preferences should decide which one is the right one for you. We would start by suggesting you to have a classic Croatia cruise. You can immerse in the beauty of the place with a week cruise. You are the one who decides... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

23. Jaw dropping places to visit in Croatia
April 28, 2017


Croatia is one of the European countries that attracts a large number of tourists every year, and this is thanks to its azure waters, hundreds of islands, and picturesque villages. Every spot form Croatia is rich in history, so this country is perfect for the ones who want to discover the mysteries of the past. Here tourists can visit UNESCO World Heritage sites, national parks and adventure spots. Travelling here is pretty much as a breeze, but from so many places to see, which one should you include on your list? Well, everything is beautiful in Croatia, but some places will simply marvel yo... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

24. Magical Walking Holidays in Croatia
April 28, 2017


Dramatic coastlines, woodlands with an air of the mystical and blue, blue lakes are around every corner in this walker’s paradise. Croatia stands out because of its rich variety of nature: you can wander past spectacular waterfalls, stroll around impossibly blue lakes and explore lush islands —all on the same walking holiday! Plitvice Lakes Plitvice National Park has had UNESCO World Heritage status since 1979, and is one of the oldest National Parks in southeast Europe. It consists of 16 terraced lakes, whose precise shade of blue or green are in a constant state of change depending... (read more)

Author: Desiree Michels

25. Make Your Vacation Memorable With Bali tour
April 28, 2017


Dotted with various breathtaking natural scenes, Bali is one of most tourist attractive destination in the world by which millions of tourists flock to it when there is a vacation season.Enjoy and investigate Bali in the unprecedented entire day visit - from Bali wide open district and paddy makers in Tabanan to the notable sanctuaries in Bali. Get your body framework revived with bold white water rafting or cycling on the Mount Batur trek. Appreciate an entire day shopping venture, the fascinating feathered creatures to eat from your hand, experience the city trip, watch the sun setting down ... (read more)

Author: Mili Bose



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