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From award winning travel blogger Sylvia Longmire's Spin The Globe website: "After being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2005, this Air Force veteran refused to let MS define her. She has also refused to let her wheelchair confine her. Sylvia has visited 54 countries, 43 of those as a wheelchair user and 34 of those by herself. Her mission is to share information about the accessibility of her destinations with fellow wheelchair users around the world and inspire them to explore the world around them. She only writes about destinations she has personally visited, and as a result provides only authentic and reliable information about a location’s wheelchair accessibility."

Sylvia has a talent for creating concise guides to individual cities across the globe and writes extensively about all aspects of wheelchair-accessible cruising. Sylvia also writes about getting out and about in Florida, her home state.
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Culture

National September 11 Memorial & Museum

From www.911memorial.org: “Through commemoration, exhibitions and educational programs, The National

Mill City Museum

From www.mnhs.org: “Mill City Museum is an architectural showpiece, rising

Walker Art Centre

From walkerart.org: “Internationally recognized as a leading arts venue, the

Minneapolis Institute of Art

From new.artsmia.org: “Inspiring wonder through the power of art. The

Basilica of Saint Mary, Minneapolis

From www.mary.org: “More than just a beautiful building, The Basilica

Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai

From the Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai website: Museum of

Mennello Museum of American Art

From www.mennellomuseum.org: “The Mennello Museum of American Art endeavors to

Belvedere Museum

From Spin The Globe’s 8 Wheelchair Accessible Things To Do

Titanic Belfast

From Titanic Belfast: “Titanic Belfast extends over nine interactive galleries,

The Albertina Museum

From www.albertina.at: “The ALBERTINA museum numbers among Austria’s leading art