As a disabled person with multiple sclerosis I have good days and bad days. The last two cruises we have taken we were booked into a handicapped room - but only with documentation from my doctor. Too look at me one wouldn't think I had a disability; but on my bad days, my vision is blurred, my speech is slurred, I walk like I am drunk, and my right foot doesn't do anything but drag., During these times I need a wheelchair. Perhaps reviewing the ADA federal regulations might enlighten those who would chastise someone like me. Before jumping to conclusions 3 different cruise lines have required documentation from my doctor. I'm sure the same holds true for others booked in handicapped rooms.