Last year, we had a long layover in Amsterdam. It was not enough. I fell in love with the canals, cobbled streets, and culture. I knew I needed to go back, so when we stumbled on a cheap, direct flight that got us there during tulip season, we were sold. Since it was my spring break … Continue reading We’re Back, Amsterdam. — Part 1
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As of now, the Wandering Celiac posts are all memories from the past. The brilliant idea for this blog came after our latest trip, while we were jet-lagged, but reliving every moment of our trip over some Bloody Marys. I realized that I never wanted to forget all the amazing experiences we were having. I knew that … Continue reading Granada
Oh, Hello, New Year! Why does one digit changing make you feel like so many things are possible? Why does it make the hard stuff of the past 365 days seem a little bit more hopeful? Why does it inspire me to try something new? The new year reminds me that I am so lucky … Continue reading 2017
I love wine. Thank goodness, as it's my go to drink in the gluten free world. This passion also means that a trip to Croatia just would not have been complete without a stop in wine country. The Istrian Peninsula is huge. It was full of magical little cities and wineries. In the end, we … Continue reading Istria — Wine Country
After traveling for a few days in Amsterdam with two friends, we met two more friends in Zagreb. It was a great place to start our two weeks in Croatia. Our direct flight from Amsterdam somehow lost my friend's luggage (which was later returned), but otherwise transportation from the airport was easy. We met at … Continue reading Zagreb
This summer, we had the pleasure of spending two weeks in Croatia with some good friends. This was my fourth European country in less than a year, while it doesn't top my list of favorite stops, it was a gorgeous two weeks. If you love crystal clear seas, rolling wine countries, and beautiful, sunny skies, … Continue reading Croatia
On our European travels this summer, we were in Amsterdam twice. For a few days on the very first leg of our trip, and then later on for one more day on the tail end of our travels. As soon as we arrived I could tell that Amsterdam was hands down the easiest European city I have … Continue reading Amsterdam — Gluten Free Dining
Jet lag was real for me this trip. We took an overnight flight. I thought that'd be great, I'd sleep, then I'd adjust right away. Not so. When you feel you need to sleep, and you are stuck on a plane, you clearly do not sleep. I highly recommend taking a Dramamine like Kyle did, … Continue reading Amsterdam – Getting Around and Where to Stay.
We only had two days in Madrid. I was not ready to leave. My husband had planned our next stop as Lisbon. I had barely heard of Lisbon. Why should we leave Spain? But then we got out of the airport and into the car that was sent by our host. Driving through the city, I immediately … Continue reading Lisbon, Portugal
In the summer of 2015, I had the job of planning our wedding, and my husband planned our three weeks in Spain and Portugal. I'm sure it's no shock, that I was rather absorbed in my own planning and was not very supportive of all my husband's work. Little did I know that he was … Continue reading Madrid and Segovia