Switzerland

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. 

4 September 2014

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 September 4, 2014
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Le Mirador Kempinski

Vive la Suisse.

You might have noticed that I have not posted in a while but with a busy summer, posting took a bit of a back seat — but fear not. As I type this I am enjoying two wonderfully luxurious gluten-free weeks in Switzerland and I have been taking copious notes and photos to share upon my return. I will be updating my Gluten-Free Guide to the Swiss Riviera…

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)…

21 August 2013

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 August 21, 2013
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GFM_Plane

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.