My Grandma is 91 years old with Alzheimer's. She doesn't know her own name half the time, is a sundowner, and gets delirium and hallucinations. She gets worn out very easily. Even just sitting up for twenty minutes to eat wears her out. In about 2 months my sister is graduating college. The drive up to her school is a little over 10 hours, and it's going to be for 5 days. Going there, three days for graduation and moving her out of the dorm and into an apartment, and then going back. I'm concerned about her going, because she hasn't been doing good. Not to mention that she get's lost in her own house. Now take her to a big city that she's never been too before. I'm just scared it's going to be too overwhelming for her. I don't think it's a good idea for her to go, but everyone else thinks that she can do it. That "she can just sleep during the traveling and at night time." Is it possible for her to go, or should I stick to my instincts and not let her? I'm only 21, and I have very little experience with traveling with elderly. I do know that's a hard trip for me, let alone someone her age. She really want to go, but at the same time she doesn't even remember unless someone reminds her. What do you guys think?