15 September 2013

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 September 15, 2013
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Turkish Airlines Business Class Review

First a bit of background. When planning this trip I was constantly asked why would I fly to Geneva via Istanbul? Well, first I am a complete aviation geek and had never flown Turkish Airlines before. Second, the business class ticket price (less than a month before departure) offered significant savings…

21 August 2013

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 August 21, 2013
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Jet Set Prep

As I am once again getting ready to hit the gluten-free open road (well skies) as I jet off to Istanbul and Montreux (Switzerland) in a couple of weeks — I was reminded of a post that I did for the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness last year. It’s basically my five-point checklist that I always use to ensure that my journey will be as smooth as possible.

2 October 2012

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 October 2, 2012
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Swiss Riviera GF Travel Guide, Part I, The Flights

My annual trip to Montreux and Geneva, while always wonderful, someone exceeded all of my expectations this trip. Perhaps it was because we mixed it up a bit this time trying a new airline on this particular route; tried a new hotel in Geneva; and visited some new locales on this trip. As always, the focus was on traveling gluten-free from a luxury p.o.v…

1 May 2012

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 May 1, 2012
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Lima GF Travel Guide, Part One, The Flights

My trip to Lima was better than I could have expected. I mean, I knew it was going to be a great trip but was so interested to see how far the City has come since the horrible terrorist attacks during the 1980’s which severely damaged the reputation of Lima. Well, I am happy to report that the Lima of today is a rich and vibrant city that has most deservedly captured the title of culinary capital of the Americas. Lima is very much a city of stark contrasts particularly rich and poor but one this that is unifying is the warm welcome and sense of pride that its inhabitants have.

30 November 2009

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 November 30, 2009
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The Long Road Home

I am writing this post from 32,000 feet above the North Atlantic…By now you have read about my eastbound trans-Atlantic crossing and are probably [...]