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3 October 2014

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 October 3, 2014
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Restaurant L'Olivier

Restaurant L’Olivier

We dined here on the recommendation of friends who live in the area (who also happen to appreciate good food) and it is one of their favorite local spots. We were staying in Montreux but getting to L’Olivier in La Tour-de-Peilz could not be easier. The restaurant is located in the Hostellerie Bon Rivage a lovely small hotel on the shores of Lake Geneva.

30 September 2014

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 September 30, 2014
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Brussels Airlines

Brussels Airlines Business Class

The outbound flights for my annual visit to Switzerland was on United Airlines in their BusinessFirst cabin to Zürich but our return was on Brussels Airlines via (obviously) Brussels. Hey, any excuse for dinner in Brussels. We took the train as we normally do from Montreux to Geneva Airport. The journey is about an hour and a half but the scenery…

28 September 2014

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 September 28, 2014
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Le Mirador Kempinski

GF Luxury: Le Mirador Kempinski

My goal in life is to continue to prove that a diagnosis of celiac disease or a food allergy does not mean that you need to compromise and live any less of a life than you did before. Yes, these can be shock when they happen (believe me, I had never even heard of celiac disease before my diagnosis) and when I became hyper-allergic to shellfish in my…

13 September 2014

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 September 13, 2014
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United Boeing 767-400

United BusinessFirst Review

My annual visit to Montreux, Switzerland was via Zürich this trip and rather than connecting to a domestic flight (which would have actually made for a longer travel time) decided to take the train from Zürich to Vevey – which would be our base for three days before settling in at our usual location of Montreux for ten more days. 

8 June 2014

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 June 8, 2014
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BA Featured

GF in Buenos Aires: The Food

I finally got around to the second – and in my opinion – most important part of my gluten-free guide to Buenos Aires – the food. Now Argentina is primarily known for great steak, empanadas, and wine but there is so much more to Argentinian cuisine. Don’t get me wrong – all of the items listed above were beyond amazing and I ate my fair share…