Last evening, I met up with a bunch of FAmily members for dinner because some were in the area for their clinical trial CHOP appointment s We thought it would be a great idea to catch up l er dinner.
There were two people in wheelchairs and myself with a rollator in the party. Before we sat down, the hostess showed us three different seating options to see what would make us most comfortable. I never seen this type of accomodating and understanding service before and it made us all appreciate the little things even more! I most like to return to the restaurant as well.
Does anyone have a positive experience like this one thay they would like to share?
Here in Italy we have a difficult situation regarding architectural barriers … sometimes they are really bad. But usually (perhaps also because of this) restaurant managers are ready to help.
It is not the best but it is already something!
greetings to all
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