luxury travel Archives - Gluten Free Mike

26 June 2016

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 June 26, 2016
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GF Travel Tips

Summer and travel are synonymous. As a world traveler who happens to also be a diagnosed celiac with an allergy to all things shellfish, I have developed a checklist that I always follow to ensure that things flow smoothly wherever I might be in the world. A celiac diagnosis or food allergy does not mean that you need to be relegated to a second class travel experience..

12 October 2015

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 October 12, 2015
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MP's Bar & Grill

MP’s Bar & Grill (Montreux)

The feel of the MP Grill is classic and clean modern take on the space and what the hotel describes as a fusion of belle époque and arresting contemporary aesthetics.  It is actually quite a lovely space and feels very must connected to the aesthetic feel of the hotel.  Walls of windows afford a fantastic view of the lake…

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.

9 October 2013

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 October 9, 2013
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Montreux View

GF on the Swiss Riviera: 2013 Update

I am finally making progress on posting about my trip to Montreux last month and this trip visited some new favorite locales that I wanted to share. To make things a bit more streamlines I decided to do a hybrid post with some reviews here and others housed on TripAdvisor (all easily accessible in one click)…

27 May 2012

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 May 27, 2012
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Lima GF Travel Guide, Part Three, The Food

Lima has been called the Culinary Capital of the Americas and let me be the first to tell you that it definitely lived up to the title on my recent visit. Now, I was first a bit apprehensive because of its proximity to the Pacific Ocean which meant that fish and shellfish would likely be plentiful and featured at restaurants throughout the City – and given my shellfish allergy this always makes me a bit antsy. I mean the City is famous for it ceviche after all with entire restaurants dedicated to this popular dish. I need not have worried though as Lima’s amazing culinary scene has quite literally something for everyone and finding gluten- and shellfish-free options…