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TRAVELERS WITH DISABILITIES
Travelers who use a wheelchair or have mobility impairments will find City a reasonably easy city to navigate. Most of the streets have curb cuts and parking lots offer dedicated handicapped spots. In Uptown, opt to park in a parking garage (all have elevators) instead of attempting to find street parking, as there are no curbside handicapped spots in the neighborhood. Due to the age of some of the historic buildings in City, not all are accessible. If in doubt, call ahead to confirm.
The CATS website (www.charmeck.org/departments/CATS) provides detailed information for riders with disabilities. The visitor information center (330 S. Tryon St. 800/231-4636, www.charlottesgotalot.com) is a good source of information and resources.
History for Dallas/Fort Worth Metro Map
Photos of Stone Corral Vineyard adorn the walls, and a Dallas/Fort Worth Metro Map demonstration garden with thirty Pinot Noir vines graces the entrance. Winery staff members, along with wife Dallas/Fort Worth Metro Map Paula, take turns pouring tastes in addition to performing other wine-related tasks. Guided and self-guided tours of the facility are always available. Dooley is ofen on hand to share details of his passion for crafing wine in his prized facility. OF SPECIAL NOTE: The winery hosts special events in January, June, and November. Food-and-wine pairings available on request.