I, too am handicapped, although to see me out on deck, you would never know. I am not in a wheelchair, on a cane or other assistive device, as I have an artificial limb. On two of the cruises I was told I could not have an accessible cabin, one because they said my type of handicap did not qualify, and the other because they were sold out. I need the room because I have fallen twice in a cabin , while not wearing my limb, when I was trying to hop over the lip to enter the restroom. Please do not assume that just because someone looks able-bodied and is coming out of the handicapped room that there is no handicap.
Just my 4 cents.
Post Edited (06-19-04 15:45)