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Gluten Free Dining and Travel

We'll share information about dining out and traveling gluten-free around the world. This group is affiliated with GlutenFreeTravelSite.com, an online database of user-submitted g-f dining and travel reviews, organized by geographic location.

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Latest Activity: Oct 2, 2013

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Travel Websites for Allergy and Intolerance Sufferers

Started by Delicardo Foodie. Last reply by Dilip Chopra Feb 25, 2011. 3 Replies

What is your favourite allergy travel website? There are many websites popping up that cater especially to food allergy and intolerancesufferers. I have listed some that I have found below. Do you…Continue

NCL Cruise

Started by Candice Clifford Oct 13, 2010. 0 Replies

I am going on a Cruise soon with my family and was wondering if anyone had an experience with the cruise line / ship that I will be going on. We are going on the NCL Spirit Ship. How was your…Continue

RE: Gluten Free at Disney, Orlando FL

Started by Rhonda. Last reply by Celiac Restaurant Guide Aug 21, 2010. 10 Replies

My family is planning a trip to Disney World next year.  I am looking for kid-friendly accommodations inside the park that have gf eating on site.  Does anyone have an experience you would like to…Continue

Tags: World, Disney

Holiday in Turkey

Started by Lyndsay Jul 17, 2010. 0 Replies

Hi,I'm due to go on holiday to Turkey in September, and I was wondering if anyone else on here has been there while eating a Gluten Free diet?I have a G.F. card to explain Coeliac Disease in…Continue

Tags: Disease, Coeliac, Turkey, holiday

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Comment by Karen Broussard on October 23, 2012 at 9:55am

Gluten Free College Blogger Julie Bourne -- now studying abroad in Rome -- shares her thoughts on maintaining a gluten free diet in Rome in her latest Blog post from our "Thriving Gluten Free at College" series

Comment by Karen Broussard on July 10, 2012 at 11:49am

GlutenFreeTravelSite just announced a partnership w/ the Celiac Sprue Association in which local CSA chapters will use our website's review platform to share their gluten free dining & travel reviews with the fast-growing gluten free community. Read more about it in our Press Release ( http://bit.ly/PIstXr ) and please share your own feedback about YOUR favorite GF-friendly spots by submitting a review or two to our site!  

Comment by Karen Broussard on June 19, 2012 at 11:57am

Don't miss our blog post from guest blogger and GF college student Julie Bourne, who shares her thoughts on the topic of our new column, "Thriving Gluten Free at College." Please forward to any GF college students you know...and any high schoolers beginning their college search...

Comment by Karen Broussard on June 1, 2012 at 8:31am

Our Featured Review on GlutenFreeTravelSite this month comes from renowned cookbook author and blogger Carol Fenster. It's a review of a very GF-friendly restaurant in Denver's Hotel Monaco. They offer gluten free breakfast, lunch, AND dinner menus...check it out...

Comment by Karen Broussard on May 4, 2012 at 7:55am

Don't miss this month's Featured Review on GlutenFreeTravelSite. We showcase a 100% gluten free bakery cafe outside of Boston. They offer a huge array of gluten free baked treats -- as well as savory items for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Wish EVERY town had a place like this!! Do you have a favorite spot like this near you? If so, please share with the Celiac community by posting a review on GlutenFreeTravelSite! Thanks!

Comment by Karen Broussard on April 25, 2012 at 9:16am

BIG News from NFCA today regarding expansion of their GREAT Kitchens GF Restaurant Program. Read my Blog post for more info...

Comment by Georgianna Reilly on April 19, 2012 at 1:53pm

Thanks Karen, I got engaged in October but we are just starting to look at honeymoon stuff!

Comment by Karen Broussard on April 19, 2012 at 11:22am

Georgianna, Congrats -- did you just get engaged? I would recommend checking out our Caribbean page of reviews on GlutenFreeTravelSite if you're interested in a cruise for your honeymoon. There are a lot of reviews of different cruise lines -- and most are favorable. I'd recommend using a travel agent who has helped a lot of gluten-free travelers using GlutenFreeTravelSite. Her name is Lesley Hayden, and her number is 800-487-6110. She's with Travel Leaders agency. She is very personal, professional, and service oriented. Many times she will also save you money b/c she knows of all sorts of deals. So I'd probably use her no matter where you go. It doesn't cost anything either. And certainly she'll save you a lot of legwork and time. If you are looking for something more extravagant and distant, Vanessa Maltin Weisbrod, Exec Editor of Delight Gluten Free magazine took a honeymoon to Thailand a couple years ago. We featured her story on GlutenFreeTravelSite -- you can read about it here. Apparently, the resort was fantastic. There are some nice European reviews on our site as well -- I'd just avoid Paris, to be honest. We vacationed there exactly a year ago. Had a fantastic time...it was just difficult from a GF perspective. Oh -- one final thought: Hawaii (specifically Kauai). I've heard the Hyatt Regency there is phenomenal...GF options on EVERY restaurant in the hotel -- and judging from the reviews on our Hawaii page on our site, the island of Kauai is very GF-friendly as a whole. I'll be in touch if I think of more ideas...but let me know if you've narrowed down your search to a particular type of honeymoon. Good luck, and again...congrats!

Comment by Georgianna Reilly on April 19, 2012 at 11:05am

Hello all! Any suggestions for unique and inexpensive gluten free honeymoon trips? We would be coming from NY and don't want the same old traditional locations. 

Comment by Karen Broussard on April 19, 2012 at 10:52am

New Blog post about additions to Biaggi's Gluten Free Menu. This is among the very best Gluten Free Menus out there, so if you haven't heard of Biaggi's, be sure to read this post...and see if they have a location near you -- or someplace you travel. Dining there will be one of the highlights of your trip! They have locations in 12 states. 

 

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