December 20, 2017

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


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!...

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 find...

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,...

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 abou...

June 16, 2017

All the basics

Aside from having had tapas in the US, I really had no idea what to expect from Spanish food.  Although I spent time in Barcelona in 2005, I wasn’t celiac at the time and I’m pretty sure I backpacked around making sandwiches as I went and eating hostel breakfasts of toast and cereal – obviously things that are no longer an option. I was also...

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This blog is dedicated to you.  It is dedicated to those who want to make the leap, are standing on the edge, but need a hand.  Your leap might be to somewhere exotic, or another town in your home country, but if it's a leap for you, it's still a leap!  I will write in detail what I did, to help you along the path. Reach out to me with questions!


December 20, 2017

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