Denmark 1988 : Greece 1990 : Greece 1991 : Spain 1994 : Germany 1996 : Budapest, Hungary 1998 : Teneriffe 2001 : London, UK 2002 : Athens, Greece 2003 : St. Petersburg 2004 : USA 2005 : USA 2006 : USA 2007 : USA 2008 : London, UK 2012 : NYC, USA 2015 : Spain 2017 : Spain 2018 : Dublin, Ireland 2019 : Spain 2019 : Spain 2021 : Stockholm : Tallinn
I love to travel, a lot For the first 18 years of my life I travelled mostly with my parents, but after that mainly with one or two of my personal assistants. Now I also travle with my boyfirend. I try to go somewhere at least once a year, as you can see from the list above.
Below you can find some pictures and information on some of my travels.
I was there only for 5 days, which wasn’t nearly long enough. We stayed at the Royal National Hotel near the British Museum. The hotel was very accessible, and with a good location. We were able to walk to most destinations. Otherwise we used a taxi to get around, since my wheelchair and me in it could fit inside the black cabs easily (the top of my head was 5cm from the ceiling).
I loved New York when I was there for the first time, so I just had to get back. We stopped there on our way to San Antonio, Texas, where I met quite a few friends of mine. In New York we stayed in the Pennsylvania Hotel. It was the cheapest wheelchair-accessible hotel I could find in midtown Manhattan, but it worked well for us.
Three weeks in Spain sounded a lot more interesting than rainy, cold and dark FInnish November. Benalmadena and the surrounding areas provided plenty of nice scenary and all sorts of creatures. And there was sun. Hotel MAC Puerto Marina surprised us in a positive way with it’s accessibility and location.