Re: [Debconf-team] Question about accessibility
On 1/5/07, Otavio Salvador <email@example.com> wrote:
How about accessibility to disabled people? (let me restart to bore
about it ;-))
Well, as stated in our bid pages, both hotels are prepared for people
The hotel in Mar del Plata is better in this sense, because they have
remodeled parts of it in order to become an "architecture without
barriers", and they have 2 special rooms enabled for wheel-chairs.
See http://www.hotel13dejuliomdq.com.ar/aloja.htm at the bottom, for
pictures of the ramps and special rooms.
The hotel in Mendoza does not claim to be without barriers, but has
ramps to get around all the hotel, anyway. I don't think they have
special rooms, but I need to check that.
Apart from wheel-chairs, I'm not sure on how to check if a place is
prepared for people with other disabilities. Anyone cares to point
other things out?