In the midst of his European vacation, Joseph Visaggi, took a quick video of his wheelchair-accessible ferry ride from Germany to Denmark followed by a few words on accessibility once he arrived at his destination.
While sitting on the shores of Copenhagen, next to the famous Little Mermaid statue, Joseph narrates an impressive list of the European cities he’s already explored, as well as where he plans to venture next. Joseph shares honestly that his first few hours spent in Copenhagen were not what he expected in terms of accessibility: “There are cobblestones seemingly all over the place, which makes it quite difficult to get around.” But Joseph’s sense of adventure isn’t diminished. “We’ll see what I find tomorrow,” he says.
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