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Montreal, Canada Accessible Travel Guide

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The city of Montreal in the Quebec Province is one of the most visited destinations in Canada with lots of friendly people. French is the most commonly spoken language here but nearly everyone also speaks English. Like many big cities, it is divided up into neighborhoods but the most popular area is the downtown, particularly Old Montreal. Old Montreal is the most historic part of the city with buildings designed during the French and British colonization. Statues idolizing this era are scatter throughout this area. If you are interested in architecture or history, then just wondering around would supply...

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Montreal Transportation in Quebec, Canada

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Overall, accessibility is an afterthought in Montreal. It is possible to navigate around Montreal but whether it be navigating the sidewalks and streets or using transportation challenges exists. For starters, the city has a number of hills that surround Mount Royal. Not every attraction that you may want to see is located in the downtown or Old Montreal area, so even for power wheelchairs and scooters, transportation is likely needed at some point. Sidewalks were overall maintained well and curb-cuts or walkway ramps were plentiful. However, sometimes transitions from the street to sidewalk was far from streamlined; effecting the...

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Québec, Canada Snowmobiling Tour

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A snowmobiling holiday tour with Artic Adventure are usually seven days, six nights with four-days of snowmobiling guaranteed in the regions of Lanaudière and Laurentides of Quebec, Canada. It begins and ends at the Montreal International Airport in which transportation is provided. Per each week-long tour four physical fit people using manual wheelchairs may be accommodated along with up to possibly eight other able body people. Two vans are used but are not specially adapted for wheelchair as there are no ramps or tie-downs. Travelers will need to get out of his or her wheelchair and sit on a...

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