Readers' Opinions

From 85.150.173.168 on February 2, 2014 at 2:14 AM
MK is a nightmare. First you have to go under a road. That tunnel is quite steep. In the end I would rather do the ferry instead of the monorail because of the hassle.

The DHS is awful with the crowded bus station between the handicap parking and the entrance.

Epcot is a long drive but it's nicely landscaped although a bit cramp.

Universal is much better. Because of the moving walkways there is at least ample space to manoeuvre my wheelchair.

The closest you can get to the entrance is Sea World. Only the busses to cross but that one is much better positioned and less crowded.

From Annette Forrest on February 3, 2014 at 5:48 AM
Daniel -- you provide such a valuable contribution to this site and to all them park fans. I regularly email your columns to all my friends who have family members with special needs or who are differently abled. I am so grateful for everything you write because no one else speaks on theme park sites from your perspective. You are a treasure!
From 74.96.52.56 on February 3, 2014 at 8:52 AM
I am not in a wheelchair, but boy do I agree about Busch Gardens. I would be terrified to do it in a wheelchair.

I always take the boat going to Magic Kingdom anyway. It is a much nicer way to start your day than the overcrowded Monorail.