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Welcome to my travel blog, Curb Free with Cory Lee. Here on the site, I hope to share my experiences as a disabled traveler with you and many tips as well. Have you ever wondered:

  • How can I fly as a wheelchair user?
  • Which hotels are the most accessible?
  • What beaches have powered beach wheelchairs?
  • How do I charge my wheelchair in a foreign country?
  • What cities are the most wheelchair friendly around the world?

If any of these thoughts have ever crossed your mind, you’re in the right place. On Curb Free with Cory Lee, my goal is to show you how to travel, where to travel, and most importantly, why travel as a person with a disability.

Sharing the World from a Wheelchair User's Perspective

Cory Lee
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Best Things to Do in San Antonio

1. The Alamo

2. The River Walk

  • One of the best entry points is the Hyatt Regency at 123 Losoya Street, which offers elevator access down to the River Walk.
  • The famous river tours provided by Rio San Antonio Cruises 

3. Morgan’s Wonderland

  • To read my full article all about Morgan’s Wonderland, just click here.

4. Morgan’s Inspiration Island

  • To read my full article all about Morgan’s Inspiration Island, just click here.

5. San Antonio Museum of Art

Corey Lee
Updated within the last 3 months.

The overall accessibility of the River Walk makes travel through the city much easier for visitors in wheelchairs. There are elevators at several points and the majority of the entrances have ramps.

In general, most city sidewalks slope down to the curb at intersections, which makes crossing streets relatively easy.

For longer trips, San Antonio has several taxi companies with accessible cabs.

These include:

Corey Lee
Updated within the last 3 months.