30 September 2014

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 September 30, 2014
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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…

16 May 2014

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 May 16, 2014
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LAN Premium Business Review

This is a comprehensive trip report (read long) as I also share these with a frequent flier community that I belong to. So grab a cocktail, fasten those seat belts, and join me as we jet over 10,000 miles on LAN. I was able to utilize the American Express International Airline Program (IAP) once again for this return to South America.

31 December 2013

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 December 31, 2013
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2013: Favorites of the Year

As 2014 looms on the horizon I thought I would wax nostalgic and compile a list of my Top Five Favorites of 2013. 2013 was a great year for this Celiac and there were so many wonderful products, restaurants, airlines, and hotels that I came across – proving that living with celiac disease is always an adventure, never boring, and the gluten-free…

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.