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Introduction: The holiday season is one of the busiest times for travel. As a person with low vision, I have always loved to travel, but traveling alone over the holidays can be tricky, even for people without disabilities. I attended graduate school and worked in Washington D.C. During my years there, I would travel approximately 200 miles to return home every holiday season to spend time with my family.
The longest leg of my journey was by rail, and I quickly fell in love with trains. I also gained experience using Uber. On my return back to graduate school, I would take an Uber or a taxi from Union Station to my apartment if I was too tired to navigate using the metro….
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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, from our family to yours!
6 thoughts on “Home for the Holidays – Traveling While Visually Impaired”
Nice article! 😍🙌
Awesome article! Merry Christmas!
I enjoyed this, thanks. I’ve always wanted to travel by rail. Merry Christmas, Becky!
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Thank you so much! I enjoy following your blog as well. Merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas, Beckie! I hope your day was blessed!