Hard of Hearing Friendly Travel Guide to Copenhagen
So now that I have talked about all of the Royal Palaces in Denmark, I must talk about this. What really struck me about the Royal Palaces, and perhaps this is a reflection of Danish culture, is just how HoH and Deaf-Friendly they were. Yes, the palaces echoed, but unlike MANY, MANY places that I… Continue reading HoH/Deaf Accessibility of the Danish Royal Palaces
The castle was built in the early 17th century by King Christian IV and is surrounded by the King’s Garden, which is a park. Apparently this castle was initially built as a summer home, but it was Christian IV’s favorite. In fact, it was used as a Royal residence until 1710, after which it was… Continue reading Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen
New York City is experiencing lockdown due to COVID-19, and the experience is unlike any other. A city that never sleeps is now quiet, and for once, you can hear sounds that would not normally be associated with NYC.
This is the extension of the Royal Danish Library, and it is a good place to stop by to at least admire. You can sit down on the steps outside, by the canal to take in a moment and enjoy the city. Or you could go inside. While not all parts of the library are… Continue reading Black Diamond
The first time I heard of Copenhagen was when my father booked tickets in 2006 to pick me up from Barcelona during a trip. Needless to say, his experience in the airport gave me bad vibes, and years later, when a friend of the family ended up getting on the wrong flight, I became hesitant… Continue reading Copenhagen: First Impressions
Hilton advertises accessibility rooms in its hotel in Midtown Manhattan, but they’re not really all that accessible.
Ippudo is a great and popular ramen place with amazing flavors, and a good vibe, but as one of the most popular ramen restaurants, it completely fails in the noise department and is not a hard-of-hearing friendly place
A review of the LOT business lounge in the Chopin Airport.
Reflecting on 2019 and the past decade.