Hi there,I am in a wheelchair full time when I am outside my home. I agree that the world is not always designed for wheels. But the more we go out into the world, and show people that we are people too and want and deserve to have the same experiences as people who walk, the more people will accept us and change how things are done. We just need to educate some people on what works for us and what doesn’t. Things in my community have started to change. It can be slow, but it does happen.I absolutely agree about Disney World. When we flew there, we flew on Jetblue, and they were ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL. Southwest does a good job too. Finding hotels or motels that are wheelchair accessible is very difficult. And I found that you need to specifically say WHEELCHAIR accessible, because that is very different from handicapped. You have to bee specific as to what your needs are.