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
Amalienborg Palace is another Royal Castle in Copenhagen, and while a part of it is a museum, it is also the current home of the Danish Royal Family. There are four palaces around a plaza, in the shape of a square. Once again, the Palace also has a garden. Originally, they were built as residences… Continue reading Amalienborg Palace, Copenhagen
Six reasons why Copenhagen is not for hard-of-hearing individuals
The Rundetaarn is a great location in Copenhagen to get beautiful views of the city, while also being a quiet place to find respite for Hard of Hearing individuals.
8 things I enjoyed about Copenhagen as a hard-of-hearing traveller
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
There's one thing that airports can do to be more pleasant for hard of hearing and deaf individuals
If airlines are not Deaf and Hard of Hearing Friendly, how can they be? Few tips on what airlines could do better to cater to those who are hard of hearing and deaf, and be more friendly to these individuals. Second in the article series on Airlines and Deaf and Hard of Hearing friendliness.
A review of a not-so- hard of hearing friendly cafe, by the name of Green Caffee Nero in Warsaw, Poland