Best Gluten-Free Vacations in the US: A Celiac’s Top 4
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by Jami Dale
1w ago
If you’re gluten-free in the United States you’ve probably heard about how gluten-free-friendly travel in Italy and Europe can be. And it is! But, If you’re in the US and don’t want to fly across the Atlantic there are some incredible options for gluten-free vacations in the US too! This is my top list of gluten-free cities in the US! There are definitely more options; I haven’t been everywhere! But, I don’t want to recommend somewhere I haven’t experienced for myself. Just remember, my celiac isn’t your celiac or gluten-free journey (or anyone else’s). Some of the things I’m comfortable with ..read more
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Best Gluten-Free Cities in Europe: Top 5 from a Celiac
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by Jami Dale
2w ago
As a celiac in the United States, you’ve probably heard about how gluten-free-friendly travel in Europe can be. And it is! But, some cities are still better than others. These are the best gluten-free cities in Europe that I’ve traveled to since being diagnosed with celiac. There are definitely more options and some that I know will top this list after I visit. But, I haven’t been everywhere and I only want to recommend somewhere I’ve experienced for myself. Just remember, my celiac isn’t your celiac or gluten-free journey (or anyone else’s). Some of the things I’m comfortable with, you may no ..read more
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Best Gluten-Free Vacations: My Top 5 from Over a Decade of Travel
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by Jami Dale
1M ago
It’s hard enough to pick a travel destination without dietary restrictions. Adding dietary concerns makes it even more stressful. I’ve been traveling with celiac disease for a decade. I’ve been to 24 countries and 32 US States. These are my top 5 places for gluten-free vacations. Some of the links on the page are affiliate links. If you choose to purchase from one of the links, I earn money at no extra cost to you. I’ll only recommend brands I’ve used and love (or an alternative I would book myself). As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. I always pay for my own travel. I’ll ..read more
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Need a Celiac Travel Kit? A DIY Guide from An Experienced Celiac Traveler
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by Jami Dale
2M ago
If you’re here you’re probably preparing for a trip and aren’t sure what to bring and planning a trip can be overwhelming. There are no pre-packaged celiac travel kits so you’ll have to DIY your own. These are the things that are always in my celiac travel kit. Just remember, my celiac isn’t your celiac or gluten-free journey (or anyone else’s). Some of the things I’m comfortable with, you may not be, and you may have a different experience with the restaurants than I did. I hope you do because I had a great experience! But, you do you, no judgment and no pressure. I hope to shed some insight ..read more
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6 Amazing Horse things to Do in Kentucky (That Aren’t the Kentucky Derby)
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by Jami Dale
2M ago
The Kentucky Derby is one of two things anybody ever mentions when I tell them I call Kentucky home. But, there are so many other horse things to do in Kentucky. Some are probably even better than going to the derby! I grew up in southern Kentucky and fell in love with horses when I was little. My sister will still laugh about the number of horse figurines I had. I read horse books and had horse stuffies. I took riding lessons and have been on more trail rides than I could count. I love horses and exploring all of the horse things my home state has to offer! These are some of my favorite horse ..read more
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My Celiac Story
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by Jami Dale
2M ago
My celiac story actually starts before my diagnosis. I remember a time when I thought that having celiac disease would be the worst thing that could happen to me. Seriously… I had a friend diagnosed with celiac. I remember going to dinner with her and thinking, “Yea, I could never do that.” At least I had the good sense not to say it out loud. One year later I was in my doctor’s office requesting to be tested for celiac disease. This is the story of how I got my diagnosis and how I took control of my life after falling apart. Asking for What I Needed I was in my first year as a teacher. Hones ..read more
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Gluten-Free Gift Guide for Celiacs (By a Celiac)
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by Jami Dale
2M ago
Looking for a gift for a celiac? I’ve got you. This gluten-free gift guide includes some of the best gifts I’ve received or some of the things I’d love to get! This is a great guide if you’re celiac and looking for ideas or if you’re shopping for a celiac! (2022 Edition) Some of the links on the page are affiliate links. If you choose to purchase from one of the links, I earn money at no extra cost to you. I’ll only recommend brands I’ve used and love (or an alternative I would book myself). As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. I always pay for my own travel. I’ll be sure ..read more
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Visiting Murano and Burano in One Day: The Ultimate Guide
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by Jami Dale
2M ago
When researching day trips from Venice I was attracted to Murano for the beautiful glass and Burano for the bright buildings. I don’t know why it took me 3 visits to Venice to finally make it to Murano and Burano. I shouldn’t have waited so long: make sure visiting Murano and Burano is a day trip that’s on your list while you’re in Venice! This post will tell you why visiting Murano and Burano should be on your list, how to do it, what to see, and more! Some of the links on the page are affiliate links. If you choose to purchase from one of the links, I earn money at no extra cost to you. I’l ..read more
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How to Travel with Celiac Disease: 10 Tips for Perfect Trips
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by Jami Dale
2M ago
When I was diagnosed with celiac I thought my traveling dreams were over, and they’d only just started! How was I supposed to travel with celiac disease when living life at home was so hard? It took a while for me to learn that traveling didn’t have to end. There are still times I get anxious or overwhelmed but I’ve learned how to travel with celiac, and you can too! Since my celiac diagnosis 10ish years ago, I’ve traveled to 20 countries, 32 US States, and 29 US National Parks. I’ve camped in the bush in Africa, taken trains across Europe, hiked around Machu Picchu in Peru, slept in a van in ..read more
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Day trip to Coimbra by Train: The Perfect Travel Guide
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by Jami Dale
3M ago
I love day trips. It allows me to see interesting places without having to lug my things around to a new location. A day trip to Coimbra is a perfect option from Lisbon or Porto. It’s also easy to make a stopover on your way between the two major cities. This post will cover getting to Coimbra and what to see when you’re there. Some of the links on the page are affiliate links. If you choose to purchase from one of the links, I earn money at no extra cost to you. I’ll only recommend brands I’ve used and love (or an alternative I would book myself). I always pay for my own travel. I’ll be sure ..read more
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