MS symptoms: Cruising an Easy Option for Traveling with Disabilities

FashionBy cruising to, around and from Europe my mother and I were able to enjoy each day to the greatest potential. Everything was taken care of right down to the ice in our room. Dinner was served in the dining room, buffet or if needed, our room. In fact, so were breakfast and lunch. The beds were made, room cleaned, activities laid out for us each day in a schedule. When we were sailing we had a variety of activities to choose from and while in port there were multiple easy options. The tour office reserved front seats on the buses to allow those of us not able to get around as much off the bus to see the most on it. No need to pack, move luggage, unpack just to do it all again the next day. Thank-you, Mom, for the outstanding vacation!

Image is from the Princess Fashion Show in May 2014. I was able to participate despite┬ástruggling with fatigue in the days prior. I felt better that morning. I’m so glad too!

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Melissa Cook
Melissa Cook is the author of As a retired high school teacher and school district administrator, she chooses to share her MS story in hopes of benefiting others.