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how to get around on a wheelchair in cork.im staying in jurys inn.is it ok to stroll around the city centre.

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County Cork, Ireland
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1. Re: wheelchair user

The main arteries of the city have quite wide footpaths, pedestrian crossings, and any shops I can think of are accessible. There are a lot of smaller streets that are a lot narrower, but nothing that can't be navigated. Jurys Inn is very central, so you won't have far to travel. If you're travelling further afield, all city/suburban buses are wheelchair accessible, for regional/expressway lines you would have to contact Bus Éireann beforehand.

Saginaw, Michigan
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2. Re: wheelchair user

This Disability Access Guide to Cork (city) is from the early 2000's:


The map included in the guide above, shows Anderson Quay - where Jury's Inn is located - at marker 43.

Jury's Inn own map with directions:


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