World Travel

Traveling Made Easy

Gluten-free travel specialists take the effort out of traveling In the early years after our son was diagnosed with celiac disease, traveling meant we were essentially “on our own” in uncharted territory. This was way back in 2005, before “gluten-free” was a household term. My research for any trip involved calling chefs at resorts to have lengthy conversations (and in […]

Arenas-Del-Mar

Destinations that Raise the Bar for Gluten-Free Travelers Part Two

Hidden Gems Welcome to the second installment of our gluten-free friendly destinations showcase. In the May/ June 2015 issue of Simply Gluten Free, I covered hotel and resort chains like Hyatt, Omni, Ritz Carlton, and Canyon Ranch – all with multiple locations. In this issue, I’ll focus on some inns, bed and breakfasts, and exotic resorts that are “hidden gems” for the gluten free traveler. […]

Hyatt Kauai

Destinations that Raise the Bar for Gluten-Free Travelers Part One

Hotel Chains I’ve written in the past about the many choices we gluten-free travelers now have when it comes to picking a travel destination. In fact, no matter where your heart longs to take you, chances are you’ll be able to find safe gluten-free options for meals whether you cook in, dine out, or take […]

Restaurant on Vacation

Take a Vacation from Worry

Advice for Safe Gluten-Free Travel These days, I’d be hard-pressed to think of somewhere that wouldn’t be possible to travel while following a gluten-free diet. Be it to a popular amusement park, Caribbean resort, European city, or African safari, if you want to plan a trip there, there’s a gluten-free friendly way to do it! […]

Southern-California

Southern California

So Many Great Places to Dine Gluten-Free! I‘m lucky enough to have family in Southern California, so every 12-18 months our family has been visiting this beautiful part of the country. Each time we do a little something different  … and each time we try new restaurants (while also feeling the pull back to some […]

Whistler

Gluten-Free from Sea to Sky

A journey to Whistler, British Columbia by way of Seattle and Vancouver Our family loves skiing, but with our kids’ spring break often falling in mid to late April, it’s often too late for a spring ski trip. Last year, however, we lucked out, as our county’s spring break fell in late March. When we […]