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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...

November 27, 2017

We flew in and out of Madrid, we only had a few hours after our flight in, and we had a few days on our way out.  Definitely the largest, most modern and bustling city of our trip.  It’s nice to see the range in cities!  After flying in, although we had a few hours to kill before our bus to Jaen left, we were too tired from our flight to do much.  We also knew we had a 4 hour bus ride ahead of us.  After arriving at Atocha sta...

November 27, 2017

Granada was a wonderful city to wander around, not to mention The Alhambra!  For more info on gluten free food, check out this post for Granada and this one for Spain in general.

Where we stayed

If you're interested, here is the link: AirBnB Granada

We had a good experience at this Airbnb.  The owner was nice and spoke English very well.  It was fairly small, but we didn’t need much!  The location was fantastic, very close to Pla...

November 19, 2017

As part of our road trip from Jaen to Gibraltar, we stopped in two small towns, Tarifa and Frigiliana. We really only stopped in the sea-side town of Tarifa for a few hours, mostly to try out a restaurant with an entirely vegetarian menu where many of the items were gluten free (totally worth it)...plus a few coffees of course.  Tarifa also sits on the Strait of Gibraltar and apparently is host to many surfers in the warmer se...

October 31, 2017

A few facts about Gibraltar – although it is at the tip of Spain, it is a British territory and has been since 1713.  This makes for a very unique place where you see and hear English everywhere having just crossed from Spain (and you do need your passport for this).  In my opinion, it felt a little like an English Disney World – a bit over the top complete with red phone booths, lots of British flags and even a British milita...

October 16, 2017

We didn't see or do as much in Jaén, so I combined the food and tourism part into one post.  Jaén is not a typical tourism location, but we were in southern Spain to visit friends who happened to be teaching English here.  In between our escapades to other cities, we took a major sleep in day and saw a few things around Jaén.  Although there were a couple cool things to see, this wouldn't necessarily be a city you would sidetr...

October 3, 2017

We were only in Cordoba for a day, but we packed in a lot!  For more info on gluten free food, check out this post for Cordoba and this one for Spain in general.

La Mezquita

Also known as the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba.  And if you're looking for a historic building in which you can see beautiful Moorish architecture, alongside Renaissance and Baroque styles (added later of course).  A little hint, if you want to get in fo...

October 1, 2017

This post is dedicated to the gluten free part of being in Córdoba. We were only here for one long day, taking a train in early in the morning (to get into the Mezquita free) and leaving just after an early dinner.  Towards the bottom of this post I show other blogs and recommendations I found ahead of time.

For information on where we stayed, how we traveled, and what we saw, check out THIS post.

What I ate

For basic inform...

September 16, 2017

Granada was a wondering city to wander around, not to mention The Alhambra!  For more info on gluten free food, check out this post for Granada and this one for Spain in general.

Where we stayed

If you're interested, here is the link: AirBnB Granada 

Great place – outside of the main historic area but only about a 15 minute walk.  We DID have a hard time finding the place and explaining to our cab driver in our limited Spanish....

July 30, 2017

This post is dedicated to the gluten free part of being in Granada. For information on where we stayed, how we traveled, and what we saw, check out THIS post.

What I ate

For basic information and tips for traveling gluten free in Spain HERE.

Hotel America at the Alhambra

Calle Real de la Alhambra, 53

18009 Granada, Spain

We hadn’t planned to eat at the Alhambra, but it ended up a very cold and rainy day and we needed a little break....

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