Best cities accomodating disabled
You gotta do what you gotta do, and hopefully one day the access will improve, but in the meantime there is a world out there to be discovered.
To be blatantly honest, when there are no accessible bathrooms in sight, I have found ways to pee discreetly just about anywhere (outside the Eiffel Tower or on a glacier in a national park).
The creaky, cobblestoned Old World has long had a reputation for poor accessibility.
It's the very charm of Europe — old, well-preserved, diverse, and different from home — that often adds to the barriers.
I always insist on keeping my own wheelchair up to the airline gate, where I then check it at the gate.
When I have a connecting flight, I again insist that I use my own chair.