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Old 3 Mar 20, 11:28 AM  
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Mobile Just back. We took an ecv. Used public transport. Did universal and sea world. Ask me anything

Hello we are back after a fantastic 15 nights. My husband has a mobility scooter and my dad has a disability. If youíve any questions about anything let me know we had a great time and had no problems at all with our issues.
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how did you find it at seaworld?

I've been looking at options in case I need to hire a wheelchair/evc some days as I've been struggling quite bit lately so not sure how I'll cope with the longer days if things continue as they are.
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Iíd honestly buy a second hand one before you go. Iíve seen the gogo ones for £200 itís $59 a day to hire in the parks. It was great at sea world though we didnít sit in the ecv/ disabled viewing area for the shows as they werenít good view points
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Sounds like you had a great trip! Glad everything went well x

Did you have special assistance through security/ immigration?

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My wife last year hurt her back just before our hol and we rented a wheelchair for two weeks from a company on the hw192 it cost £105 for two weeks,so much cheaper than to rent for a day at the theme parks
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Definitely recommend taking your own wheelchair or hiring one offsite for the duration of your holiday.
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Originally Posted by TheHughesCrew View Post
Sounds like you had a great trip! Glad everything went well x

Did you have special assistance through security/ immigration?
Yes we did.
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