Hi all. I'd love to hear from others their opinions, advice and experience for traveling SE Atlantic region in October with someone who will likely need to use a wheelchair or scooter. To help explain the purpose of our trip, I will say that my mother has brain cancer, the outlook is grim and she is losing function daily regarding her mobility. She has never seen the ocean, and she would like to go to Lady and Sons (Paula Deen's restaurant) in Savannah. The Lady and Sons have been gracious with extending an open reservation for us (which they don't normally do), so I feel like I have that covered. The other thing is where to stay. I think a beach front location is a must, with a boardwalk to the beach. It needs to be within a couple of hours of Savannah (it's going to be a quick trip). I've found it to be more affordable and convenient to fly into Jacksonville. I do have to keep an eye on my budget, as much as I hate to, but we are a family with young children and I am purchasing airfare and accomodations for four plus a one year old, but I'm looking for value, not what is cheapest. I would really like my mom to have an oceanview room, and I think maybe a multi bedroom condo is a more affordable way to go. Also we've had to delay our trip until October for medical reasons, will it be too cold to enjoy the beach? We are likely only going to have a quick weekend. I'd love to hear about favorite destinations within these guidelines and tips on managing with a wheelchair. Thanks so much in advance!