My family and I are travelling to the States In September. My husband is a tetraplegic and permanently confined to his wheelchair. At the end of our stay we have three days to spare before flying to Honolulu. Budget is not an issue, but we won't have a car, so would require somewhere that is easily accessible with at least some sites in walking distance. I would like to show our 7 yr old a little bit of history and so have been thinking about San Antonio with the Alamo, Missions etc. Our other option is.San Diego. Advice about which is more accessible without a car would be appreciated
San Antonio vs San Diego for a wheelchair user with no car?
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