I get asked this question all the time. If you don't know us, I am a public educator and my husband works as a non-profit conservationist. Our budget isn't super big when it comes to travel, but we still manage 3-4 trips a year including a longer one in the summer. And we could probably … Continue reading How do you travel so much?
Barcelona and the surrounding areas were amazing to visit. My photo journal was my attempt at documenting all the beauty, but they were also a gluten-free gold mine! There were so many great stops, so I will just highlight my favorites. BARCELONA Elsa y Fred Yum! A cute place right near the Gothic Quarter. Dark … Continue reading Gluten-Free Barcelona, Girona, and Sitges
Here are the local stops that I go to when I don't feel like going bunless 🙂 This list will keep growing! What am I missing? Comment below! EAST Monty's Blue Plate Stalzy's Deli Mickey's Tavern Willy Street Co-op Deli - Bread and Baked Goods Java Cat Cafe Crema Cafe Lazy Jane's Cafe - Bread and Scones … Continue reading Gluten-Free Bread in Madison
Barcelona -- Gothic Quarter and El Born Parc de la Ciutadella and Arc de Triomf Gaudi - Sagrada Familia and Park Guell Girona Sitges Barcelona -- Museo Nacional d'Art Catalunya and Olympic Grounds Barcelona --Vila de Gràcia
Budapest is simply just as amazing as everyone says it is. We loved every minute. Each morning we'd step out and explore a new section of the city, then return to our apartment by the Jewish Quarter, and explore it's amazing food scene and nightlife. Check out my photo journal of our favorite sites. But … Continue reading Gluten-Free Budapest
Day Four -- City Day We decided to get brunch somewhere close and not walk as much after three intense days of walking. We found a great spot to eat but made a few mistakes. A 40 minute walk is NOT close. It is NOT a good idea when you’re all starving. Have a reservation … Continue reading Explore, Amsterdam. — Part 4