|09-29-2012, 11:59 AM||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Need help from HHN vets
I'll be going to HHN with my family on October 18th. I've been to HHN before but it's been about 10 years. Since then, I've become disabled and need to use a walker to get around. I have some questions that I haven't been able to find answers to elsewhere and could use the help of some with much more recent HHN experience.
First, are the houses accessible for someone with a walker? Are there stairs and are the walkways wide enough to accommodate? I just can't remember. I know things FELT narrow...but it's been too long for me to remember the reality and at 18 years old at the time it certainly wouldn't have been something that I thought about (whether the walkways were handicap accessible).
My other question is about something I read which said that although things come CLOSE to you in the houses they don't actually TOUCH you. Is this true?
I'm really just trying to determine if it's worth it to try going to the houses. I REALLY want to but I just don't know how realistic it is or if it's worth it to try. Either way I will go and have a great time...but it sure would be nice if I could do even one or two of the houses.
Thanks in advance for any help/advice you guys can give.
Stayed at: Bonnet Creek , POP Century, Coronado Springs Resort, Port Orleans Riverside, and The Dolphin (when I was really young)
Next Stay: Pop Century April 2013, and September 2013 Pop Century and AoA Lion King Suite
|09-29-2012, 12:09 PM||#2|
11.47 Miles from Universal
23.56 Miles from Disney
Join Date: Apr 2005
Location: NW Orlando, FL
The scareactors are not allowed to physically touch you and you can't touch them. They do get close but that's it.
**** Universal Orlando annual passholder since 2004! ****
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