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Hello Mr. Bhatia,

We would be happy tp arrange for a wheelchair accessible vehicle for your mother along with a wheelchair.

Please share the travel dates and flight details, including the address of transfer in Delhi with us at travel@planetabled.com

Have a nice day. 

Best Regards. 
neha

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Hello,

We can suggest some places.  Please fill out our form here:

https://www.accessible-japan.com/renting-wheelchairs-hoists-japan/

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Heading to Japan with my parents and my dad is about 175 kg.  Would it be possible to hire a scooter or electric wheelchair in Japan for him while there.  Twice he has had his broken during air travel and he does not want to be overseas with it broken and impaired mobility.

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My Husband and I are excited for the vacation we’ve booked in Spain and definitely we will go to the Canary. Tenerife is one of our eyeing place for our 1st stop There so many thing we want to do from a page we’ve read http://www.canaryislandsinfo.co.uk/.I wanted to know if you have experience traveling to this wonderful Island.

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Hi

I was wondering if it was possible to organise help for accessible taxi from Delhi airport. My mom has a hip fracture on holiday and had surgery . She plans to fly in end of July . Not sure what facility is available as we will need a wheelchair as well

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Hi

Taiwan’s TRA same as Japan.

You have to tell the staff where you want to go and then they put a ramp down to help you get on the train.

But if you take the MRT or HSR, you don’t do that.

MRT and HSR are accessible to wheelchair users.

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Hyatt Tokyo: As far as I know there’s no option to change the mattress. We asked for a either a softer mattress or a topper at the reception, but there weren’t any. 

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Thank you so much for the information!  Was there an option to change the mattress offered?

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Hilton Tokyo in Shinjuku: Hard mattress

Hyatt Tokyo in Shinjuku: Hard mattress

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Hello, my family and I are also planning a trip to Brazil next year. We will be going to Rio, would it be ideal to hire drivers (we’re a group of 5) rather than rely on public transportation? I’ve read about the metro system built with electronic wheelchair lifts, are these functional? Also, this is more of a general concern rather than that of accessibility, but are mugging and scams that really a high risk as this website (https://www.travelsafe-abroad.com/brazil/rio-de-janeiro/) suggests? We are of course still in the process of researching but would love to learn from someone from there/been there. Thank you!

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