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Wheelchairs and walkers can go only as far as the surrounding environment can take them. If a vacation destination doesn't make room on sidewalks or public transit system, or in its hotels or biggest attractions, why should the people using those devices spend money there? While some destinations fare better than others, many are realizing that turning away paying customers is just bad policy. We looked to travel experts such as the WheelchairTravel and Spin the Globe sites with a personal stake in accessibility and found more than a few places that go to lengths to be as friendly to tourists on wheels as they are to those on foot.