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Accessible S.F.

September 30, 2007|Jason La

San Francisco-bound travelers with disabilities now have some help in planning their trips: Access San Francisco, a free 48-page guide compiled by Access Northern California, has detailed information on Bay Area hotels, restaurants, shops and attractions that can accommodate travelers with special needs. Each listing in the guide has been visited by the organization, which promotes accessible travel in Northern California. Listings are broken up by region and assembled into easy-to-read charts. The guide has advice on getting to and around San Francisco and other tips. Download the guide at onlysf.sfvisitor.org (click on Accessible SF). Some large-print and Braille versions are available at the San Francisco Mayor's Office on Disability, 401 Van Ness Ave., Room 300. Audiocassettes will be available in October.

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