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September 2013
Time Flies!!! 
Time sure does fly by as we find ourselves at the end of September already.  It has been an extremely busy month for Easy Access Travel with a cruise on Oasis of The Seas and a trip to Boston for Abilities Expo.  In between we finalized our Amputee Coalition 2013 Cruise, began registration for Accessible Seas 2015 and continued work on our Young Adult Spina Bifida Cruise for 2014.   We currently have clients cruising the Greek Islands and getting ready to sail through New England and Canada.  We have welcomed clients home from Scandinavia, Alaska and the Caribbean and we are looking forward to planning your next trip!


There are some fantastic deals available for anyone who is still looking to plan a trip in 2013.  We are ready to help you!



A Personal Review

Although we had toured RCCL's Oasis of The Seas, we recently cruised on board this magnificent ship for seven glorious days and nights.  Oasis definitely delivers the WOW experience and if she can do that for someone who has been on 80 cruises, she can certainly do that for you!
Touted as the world's largest cruise ship, I was a little nervous about getting around and being able to find everything.  I was pleasantly surprised by how easily I found different venues with the help of touch screens all over the ship.  The screens give you a myriad of information about everything you can think of!
In addition to being able to easily navigate through the ship, I was very impressed with the outstanding crowd management beginning with embarkation and ending with disembarkation.  They certainly know how to manage 6000 guests without people feeling like they are overwhelmed.
The entertainment was amazing and has definitely risen to new levels.  From a Broadway production of Hairspray to an Ice show and an Aquatic Diving Show, I was impressed time and time again by the quality of the performers.  I especially enjoyed the Adults Only Comedy Show and the individual singers and cabaret show.
The dining venues were wonderful with the usual formal dining room and Windjammer Buffet.  Add to that another buffet in the Solarium, the Promenade Cafe, Sorrento's Pizza and much, much more.  Everyone's favorite was the Central Park Cafe with the best French Dip sandwiches you ever had!  Start with a custom salad prepared for you as you choose your items and end with yummy creme puffs!  Don't forget to explore the Boardwalk and the Sports Deck where you can rock climb, surf on the flowrider, play mini golf, shoot some baskets or even zipline from 15 stories above sea level.  I did!  That was truly fun!  
Oh, did I mention that the Oasis is one of the most accessible ships sailing the high seas?  Please join us when we sail again January 17, 2015 or let us plan another sail date for you either on Oasis or her sister ship, Allure of The Seas.  You'll be glad you did!

Easy Access Travel welcomes your questions and looks forward to helping you plan your next trip. 





Debra Kerper

Easy Access Travel

Cruise Planners/American Express Franchise Owner





In This Issue
Oasis of The Seas
Where do you want to travel?
San Jose Abilities Expo
Group Travel

San Jose, CA

 Abilities Exp0

Nov. 22, 23, 24, 2013

San Jose Convention Center


Be sure to visit us in Booth 115 and attend our workshop on Traveling the World:  Tips for Travelers with Disabilities & Seniors. Date and Time to be announced in October Newsletter.

You may even be lucky and win one of our prizes! 


Admission and workshops are free!


For complete details and directions, please visit:  www.abilitiesexpo.com


We look forward to meeting you!





Amputee Coalition Cruisers head North to Alaska!

Jun 27 - July 4

2014, RT Seattle

RCCL's Rhapsody of The Seas

Accessible Cabins are Sold Out.  Standard cabins still available.  Reserve your stateroom now!  

Info &Rates...  


2013 AMPUTEE COALITION CARIBBEAN CRUISE....don't miss this one!

Space is very limited.  We do have regular cabins available.

RCCL's Navigator of The Seas, 

Dec. 8 - 15, 2013, Round-trip Galveston, TX 

Western Caribbean

2nd Spina Bifida Cruise!
Balcony Accessible Cabin just became Available!

70 People are already signed up! We are taking

reservations for the second Spina Bifida Young Adult Cruise, Mar. 23, 2014 on RCCL's Freedom of The Seas, round-trip Port Canaveral.  Accessible Cabins are currently sold out but call and get on the waiting list.  Also, if you can take a standard cabin, please call and reserve your space now as we have plenty of those available.


We look forward to welcoming you on board!

Info & Rates....


Accessible Seas 2015 on board Oasis of The Seas, Jan. 17, 2015

More information by clicking here...

Many cabins are already spoken for so don't delay. Deposit of $500/per cabin is fully refundable until October 15, 2014.


Don't miss the boat...cruise with these incredible groups!


We are also offering two small group land trips.  A trip to Ireland May 13, 2014 and an adventure trip to Ecuador in October, 2014.  For complete details on all of these trips and cruises go to www.easyaccesstravel.com
and click on Group Travel.




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