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There is Room at the Inn: Inns and B&Bs for Wheelers and Slow Walkers
Candy B. Harrington

Book Details:
Published: 2006
Pages: 256
Format: Softcover
Regular Price: $21.95
Web Price: $19.75
Where to buy: Demos Medical Publishing

Editorial Review by Peter and Allison Fischer:
The book There is Room at the Inn by Candy B. Harrington is a great book to read if you want to find an accessible Bed and Breakfast anywhere in the country. The book is very easy to read, very informative, and gives contact information such as a phone number and an email address. This is nice because if someone wants to clarify some of the information or book a room, he/she can get a hold of the hotels easily. The book contains good pictures of the spacious rooms. I really like how the descriptions of the Bed and Breakfasts include information about ramps and bathroom accommodations such as grab bars and roll-in showers. Since my husband and I both have arthritis, and my husband is in a wheelchair, this book will be very useful to us when we are trying to find accessible places to stay.

About the Author:
Candy B. Harrington is a frequent keynote speaker on the subjects of accessible travel, marketing to the disability community, universal design, and accessible recreation. She founded the accessible travel magazine Emerging Horizons, and has published widely on this subject. In addition, Ms. Harrington is a frequent contributor to Travel Age West and pens travel columns for Special Living, Travel World International, Stroke Smart and Go World Travel.

About the Reviewers:
Peter Fischer grew up near Baltimore Maryland. He studied architecture at a community college and then at Arizona State University. Peter graduated from ASU in 2000, and has been working in architecture ever since.

Alison Fischer grew up near Kalamazoo, Michigan. Alison studied math secondary education at Western Michigan University. She graduated from WMU in 2001, and has been teaching middle school and high school math ever since. Peter and Alison met at an Arthritis Foundation conference in Tucson, Arizona in 1999. They were married in 2005 in Phoenix, Arizona, where they now live.

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