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December 20, 2017

Wisconsin can really be hit or miss depending on where you are in the state, but for the most part, there are fantastic options!  I went to graduate school in Madison (go Badgers!  Which is funny, because I don't watch sports...)  Anyway, Madison is heaven for those with really any dietary issues.  The WI capitol is a very forward thinking university town that draws all kinds from all over the world.  Not only can you find ama...

December 20, 2017

Wisconsin can really be hit or miss depending on where you are in the state, but for the most part, there are fantastic options!  I live in the Milwaukee area, and there are some fantastic places to eat - check out my reviews below (in alphabetical order)! I'll continue to add them as I visit more places.  I have been to tons more than the ones listed below as well, but some of them were a while ago. I feel better adding them...

December 20, 2017

Below you will find information specific to Airports and Airlines, for general travel tips, check out THIS page. 

Airlines

Alaska Airlines

I always pack plenty of food for flights, especially long ones like this.  But I was pleasantly surprised by the options Alaska Airlines provided.  Check out these gluten free, vegan and kosher options on Alaska Airlines! Even though I had a bag full of food, I really wanted to see what the th...

July 15, 2017

Google Maps Offline: How To

Ok, I love traveling, and learning these tricks was a GAME CHANGER for me!  Did you know that you can save google maps offline on your phone - meaning that when you have no data or wifi, like is common when traveling, you can still look at a map and navigate?  WHAT! Yes, even with airplane mode turned on.  Sure, if I thought about it too hard it was kind of creepy. I mean, that means GPS navigation i...

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