Anyone traveling with a disability should consider Walt Disney World in Orando. First of all, it's a fun place to go. Better still, the resort truly makes an effort to cater to everyone. Guests using wheelchairs will find the park flat as a flying teacup saucer, and a number of rides, including the Jungle Cruise, have been re-engineered to accommodate wheelchairs. Visually impaired travelers will find Braille guidebooks, cassette tapes, and portable tape players. Those with hearing disability can request a robust variety of captioning devices, and specific shows are interpreted in American Sign Language. Lastly, service animals are allolwed in the park. For more information call (407) 939-7807 or visit www.disneyworld.com and click on "Guests With Disabilities". Accommodating people of every ability - well, that'sd what I call real magic.