8 things I enjoyed about Copenhagen as a hard-of-hearing traveller
Copenhagen: First Impressions
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
19 Cleveland: Tel Avivian Food in NYC
A Tel Avivian restaurant that makes you consider eating tasty, meatless burgers, but it is way too noisy for a hard-of-hearing individual and their company.
Hilton Midtown NYC: Accessbility Room Nightmare
Hilton advertises accessibility rooms in its hotel in Midtown Manhattan, but they’re not really all that accessible.
Ippudo: Japanese Ramen in the Heart Of NYC
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
Reflecting on 2019 and the past decade.
Airports: How can they be more DHH Friendly?
There's one thing that airports can do to be more pleasant for hard of hearing and deaf individuals
Gosciniec: Another Traditional Pierogarnia
Gosciniec, a chain of restaurants serving Polish food, is not hard of hearing friendly, but it serves good dishes for a cheaper price than its competitor.
Sheraton Grand Kraków: A home away from home
A review of Sheraton Grand Krakow, a centrally located hotel in Kraków, that provides great service, and is a quiet place to escape the crowds. It’s a hard-of-hearing friendly place.
PKP Railways between Warsaw and Krakow
The train ride between Warsaw and Krakow with PKP is a great way to see more of the country without spending too much time in one location, and it is very hard-of-hearing friendly with it’s modern cars, which are quieter.