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El Vaquero / Sunday Brunch Spanish Meetup

This is a meetup for all levels.  Come to chat, read and practice Spanish.  Feel free to bring questions, articles or conversation topics.  Please have copies of the articles to share (in Spanish!)

El Meetup es para todos niveles. Venga a conversar, leer y practicar español.  Se puede traer preguntas, artículos o temas de conversación. Por favor, tenga a mano copias de los artículos para compartir (en español).

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  • Barbara

    ElV's only customer entrance is bifurcated by a vertical piece of metal. On each side of the metal is a narrow door labeled either "Entrance" or "Exit". Each doorway is easy to walk through, but I question whether your wheelchair will fit. (I wish I'd thought to bring a tape measure!) I wonder if you have the option of getting up, folding your chair, pushing it through, and then sitting back down. Walking around the outside of the building, I saw plenty of other doors, at least two of which seemed wide enough for 3 or 4 wheelchairs to all saunter through together. But they had stuff piled in front of them, or they were locked, or they had signs declaring them off limits.

    Once you somehow did get into the building, I believe you could just roll on into the area where we eat and talk. I didn't notice any steps or other barriers.

    May 17, 2014

  • Barbara

    "Give details" you requested. OK, here are details:
    COTA provides 3 ways to get near El Vaquero's on Sunday mornings: the # 7, the # 18, and the #81. The #81 bus stops about .40 miles from ElV. (I'm estimating, based on how long it takes me to walk.) During those .4 miles, there are sidewalks for a while, then mud, and one must cross the street.
    So, you'd probably rather take the 7 or the 18. Both stop at the University Plaza Hotel, about .15 miles from ElV. Those .15 miles contain no sidewalks, just a lot of blacktop--but no streets have to be crossed.
    (see next post for a potentially more limiting set of details)

    May 17, 2014

  • Vilvi V.

    Oh, pues, no vemos. Barbara, hay una parada por el bus alli, y una acera (sidewalk) o cualquiere?
    any wa for someone in a wheelchair to get there from a bus? Give details - I can do a lot, including making it over grass.

    May 15, 2014

  • Barbara

    No vamos a Wang's. El sitio is equivocado. Lo siento.

    May 13, 2014

  • Vilvi V.

    Bueno! Nos vemos a Wang's!

    May 12, 2014

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