I have a foot deformity which limits my ability to walk on sloping ground. I can walk on the flat for an hour and a few steps are ok but am wondering if Cornwall would be beyond my capabilities as it seems to be very hilly. We don't want to get there and find I cannot see much due to hills/slopes.
Have been to the UK before and found it challenging in places where you have to park the car outside the city and do lots of walking. Our plan this time was to visit Cornwall, Portsmouth and Wales but unless someone on TA can give me some advice we are thinking of scrapping the idea of travelling to the other side of the world and holidaying here in good old Oz. I really want to go to the UK one last time but need to be sensible about my limitations. Please help. Any advice on attractions I would be able to manage?