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Los Angeles, California




    Los Angeles, California, also known as the “City of Angels”, is the largest city in the state of California. It’s ethnic diversity, beaches, and Hollywood entertainment industry draws you in. They have the busiest airport on the West Coast, Los Angeles International Airport or better known as LAX, handled over 88 million passengers in 2019 alone. The Port of Los Angeles is also a main stop for many different cruise ships and cargo. 



Universal Studios Hollywood is a major film studio and theme park in San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles. It is one of the oldest Hollywood film studios still being used today. They conveniently have wheelchair accessible shopping and dining, along with wheelchair accessible areas for the outdoor stage shows. There are tons of rides and games for everyone to enjoy.   



The Getty Villa is an educational center and museum for the people who are interested in the art and culture of Ancient Greece, Rome, and Etruria. They are home to the famous Roman sculpture, Lansdowne Heracles, and the Greek Sculpture, The Victorious Youth. The landscaping and scenery of the gardens and long pool through the landmark, cultivates a relaxing feel.  

      Special Needs Group is pleased to service you by providing hotel pick-up and delivery at the start and/or close of your vacation for mobility scooters / equipment, oxygen needs, and special needs equipment.  For more information, please call 1-800-513-4515.



Special Needs Group (SNG) is the leading global provider of mobility, oxygen, and other special needs equipment rentals for travelers.  SNG is dedicated to serving the mobility challenged, mature, and special needs market segments.  Recommended by the major cruise lines for superior service and value, we also deliver to hotels, and resorts.  SNG is dedicated to fullfilling the requirements for persons who want to trvavel, but may require special needs equipment.  We make travel easy, comfortable, and convenient.  Our trained agents provided service last year worldwide to 215 metropolitan areas in 68 countries. 


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