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North America

Anchorage is a city in the state of Alaska. It is an incredibly unique place as it is a cosmopolitan city enclaved by mountains and wilderness. It is said that of all of the world’s cities, Anchorage is set apart as it combines the conveniences of the modern world but encompasses a rugged and natural environment. It is full of beautiful wilderness and landscape. If you love the outdoors and the beauty that nature has to offer in wildlife, parklands and glaciers, but enjoy modern conveniences at your fingertips too, you will love Anchorage. It is the perfect base from which to take in most of what Alaska has to offer. You can be in the wilderness watching wildlife and taking in beautiful natural scenery by day and back to a five-star restaurant and the ballet that night. You can’t find that in many places in the world. There is no better place in Alaska for shopping and culture. See the work of Alaska’s top artists and native craftsmen and women in one of the many galleries or learn about the rich history of this land in a museum. Really, the opportunities are endless!

With its rich history, diverse neighborhoods, and legacy of arts, culture and education, Boston truly has something for everyone! This capital city of Massachusetts is the oldest city in America, founded in 1630. Divided into smaller distinct, characterful districts, Boston is fairly easy to walk/roll around for visitors. The city boasts of several incredible areas, including Beacon Hill which is the city’s most historic and affluent neighborhood. To the East you will find the busting Downtown with a mix of Colonial sights and modern high-rise offices. Disabled visitors to Boston will enjoy being surrounded by so many incredible sights without having to travel for hours to get to them. While the city does have some hilly areas and minor inclines in many areas, generally, wheelchair users can navigate many areas of the city well.

Key West is unique due to its diversity, beauty and history. It is the Southernmost point in the United States and has been a traveler's favorite for a long time. It is rich in history, architecture and offers some of the most amazing cuisine you can find. Many of the main highlights of the destination are centered around the Downtown area, Duvall Street and Mallory Square are “must visit '' areas when in Key West. Watersports and serene beaches also top the list of reasons so many people enjoy visiting. Quirky, fun and colorful-Key West is a destination certainly worth the visit!

Chicago is one of the world’s most popular places to visit. The “Windy City” is an amazing blend of modern culture and Midwestern charm with a little bit of something for everyone. Whether trendy arts and theatre pique your interest, or the laid-back atmosphere of the beaches, parks and piers is more your style, there is no lack of things to see and do in Chicago. You can’t miss the famous Chicago skyline whether you choose to take in one of the buzzworthy dining experiences or shopping on the Magnificent Mile. There is so much to do and see, you will want to spend several days in the Windy City.

While a little less touristy than Miami, Fort Lauderdale is a popular cruise port destination with many visitors staying for a relaxing week or a few days of pre-or post-cruise stay. The city is famous for its beautiful beaches, arts, culture and events, but also for shopping on Las Olas Boulevard, gondola rides on the canals and a historic riverfront. Stroll along a beautiful manicured beachfront promenade with its unique, signature white wave wall and brick paved path and admire the many luxury hotels lined by along the shoreline.

Miami is one of the world’s most popular vacation spots, and it’s easy to see why! It truly offers something for anyone. From the trendy nightlife in South Beach to the plush hotels of Miami Beach and the eye candy of the Art Deco district – the city’s unique culture is very rich. Whether you are spending a few nights on a pre or post cruise stay, or you have come to Miami for a beach vacation, you will have endless things to do here. Food and shopping are also the heart of the city.

This city is a mixture of the vibrant cultures of French, African and American rolled into one. Amazing food can be found on every corner and history stands its ground here too. There is a bit of something for everyone. Hospitality is in their heart and they are eager to share their city with you.

Galveston is a barrier island located about 50 miles southeast of Houston, Texas. The island is full of culture and history and many things to see and do. With beaches, the pier, museums and natural beauty, there is something on this island for everyone. Tourism is growing each year and the cruise port is the 4th busiest in North America. Galveston loves its festivals and events, producing over 80 each year. No matter when you visit, the likelihood that a special event is taking place is great.

San Francisco is a beautiful ocean-side city in California. You will find rolling hills and the iconic Golden-gate bridge. It has San Francisco is full of great neighborhoods, parks, beaches and museums It is rich with history and culture with extensive sight-seeing possibilities. If you are planning to visit many of the top San Francisco sites, it is best to stay near Union Square or near Fisherman’s Wharf. These areas are near many things to do and also near lots of shopping and restaurants. We love San Francisco, and we know you will too!

Vancouver is a west-coast seaport that is bustling with activity. It is also one of the densest, diverse cities in Canada. Vancouver is also surrounded by some of the most breathtaking natural beauty in the world. Mountains, ocean, rainforest, parks and beaches make up this city that is one like no other! Because of this, Vancouver has options for activities that are endless. It is a city that begs to be explored. This city has a thriving arts, theatre and music scene. Vancouver hosts many exceptional restaurants as well. They feature a variety of flavors. With so much to see and do in Vancouver, no wonder it is at the top of favorite places to visit in Canada!

Quebec is a destination unlike any other you will find in North America. The only fortified city north of Mexico and the birthplace of French Canada dates all the way back to the 17th century. The capital city of Quebec, specifically the Historic District of Old Quebec, a UNESCO world heritage site, transports travelers into a Eurocentric playground without leaving North America. Quebec City is a great destination for all types of travelers. City of world-famous castles and original European architecture drawings. Thanks to its rich history, picturesque architecture, and vibrant food and wine scene, it is easy to plan a trip to Quebec City to suit your specific style and interests.

Washington D.C. is the capital city of the United States. It is rich in culture and history. It also happens to be one of the most accessible cities in the world! It is full of museums and landmarks, most of which are very wheelchair friendly. There are endless amounts of things to see and do in Washington D.C. It is truly a place like no other. Popular and iconic sites of the nation’s capital include the Lincoln Memorial, White House, U.S. Capitol, Smithsonian Museums, monuments and much more. You will need several days to take it all in.

At Sage Traveling, we are dedicated to helping senior and disabled clients find hotels that will fit their wants and needs. The hotels we recommend are guaranteed to have adaptive features. Many have been verified and utilized by our founder, John Sage. Our Seattle travel experts will assist you in booking a reasonably priced and accessible hotel, so you can have a safe and comfortable stay in one of the most fun and vibrant cities in the USA.

St. John, New Brunswick, is located on the Bay of Fundy in Canada. It is known for being home to the world’s highest tides. It is Canada’s oldest incorporated city. This popular tourist destination is adorned with picturesque streetscapes, natural wonders and diverse cultural attractions. Popular sites include the Reversing Rapids. This is where the bay collides with the St. John River. You will also find the City Market full of local vendors and artisans to be a popular spot to visit. Rockwood Park and the Brunswick Museum top the list of attractions in St. John.

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