Welcome to the Infoplatform for Accessible Tourism (IBFT)
Pension GartnerWallern <b>NEW - 2 additional accessible rooms</b>The motto of our cosy house is:"We leave nothing undone, in order to make our guests feel well!"We offer:-30 guest rooms category 3 Star(shower/WC/TV/telephone/room safe/mainly terrace)-20 accessible rooms-23 of the guestrooms have terrace- all rooms are accessible to reachspacious , quiet garden-playground-sunbathing area and playing field-lounge-pets-reading area-seminar rooms with the most up to date equipment-Vinothek/self made…>>more
Vive Diem (analysiert durch die Initiative „Steiermark für alle")Haus im Ennstal The two new holiday apartments, for 4 or 6 persons of approx.
70 m² each in size, are equipped to a luxuriously high standard. There is programmable under floor heating in all rooms.
Here you can find out more about dimensions and details:
If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us
ÖHTB - FahrtendienstWien The transport service is also active in the federal states <br> Lower Austria and Burgenland</b>as also in the Upper Austria districts bordering on Lower Austria .>>more
This is a great short film - get's the message across really well - in 30 seconds! I think this young man will be a fantastic filmmaker one day if this example is anything to go by: I had to come up with a 30 sec video on anything I wanted for my university course. This is what I came up with. Follow me on twitter @ https://twitter.com/i...(Brian Seaman via TfA news exchange floor)
Lonely Planet is taking Accessibility Information into the mainstream. We believe it is time to move away from the small disability information sites and apps and start supporting those major players who want to incorporate accessibility information in a place where everyone can find it. Organisations like the Australian Tourism Data Warehouse need to adopt the same principle and collect accessibility information so it is available for all.
"Our goal is to make Lonely Planet the world’s premier provider of accessible travel information, the first port of call for all accessible travel needs, not only for those with a disability, but for anybody with access issues."
Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/travel-tips-and-articles/travel-for-all-join-lonely-planets-accessible-travel-project#ixzz2mSbiP34t Read Travel for All: join Lonely Planet's accessible travel project by Lonely Planet (Bill Forrester via TfA news exchange floor)