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    Taking a trip to New Orleans and I need some help!

    Hello! I am looking for a place to rent a Hoyer lift and a shower chair. I'm also wondering about the traveling around New Orleans. The last time I went, I was able bodied and there wasn't really much for wheelchair bound people.

    Thank you in the pants

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    Quote Originally Posted by sierramistyum View Post
    Hello! I am looking for a place to rent a Hoyer lift and a shower chair. I'm also wondering about the traveling around New Orleans. The last time I went, I was able bodied and there wasn't really much for wheelchair bound people.

    Thank you in the pants
    My wife and I stayed at the Saint Hotel. The beds are perfect for a hoyer lift. My hoyer stopped working and the hotel was able to find us one to rent. Not sure about the shower chair. Might give them a call. Getting around is interesting. The sidewalks have a slope so I was leaning sideways. The roads are bumpy. It's a fun place to visit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HACKNSACK44 View Post
    My wife and I stayed at the Saint Hotel. The beds are perfect for a hoyer lift. My hoyer stopped working and the hotel was able to find us one to rent. Not sure about the shower chair. Might give them a call. Getting around is interesting. The sidewalks have a slope so I was leaning sideways. The roads are bumpy. It's a fun place to visit.
    The hotel should have a shower chair just call direct to the hotel and ask for front desk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sierramistyum View Post
    Hello! I am looking for a place to rent a Hoyer lift and a shower chair. I'm also wondering about the traveling around New Orleans. The last time I went, I was able bodied and there wasn't really much for wheelchair bound people.

    Thank you in the pants
    be sure to check this out.

    http://www.nationalww2museum.org/?re...www.google.ca/

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    I'm not wheelchair bound, I'm a wheelchair user. I go to the Big Easy on a regular basis. IF you can't find things to do there, your dead and even then, they have the best funerals.

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    The "Second Line" is to die for!

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    Thanks everybody

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