Sitting at the top of a mountain in the tiny village of Zia with a glass of Prosecco in hand, I watched as the rainbow sky extinguished the ball of smoldering fire below the horizon. Earlier that morning I’d watched that same fire ball rise over the sea, stream light […]
With a few free days in Madrid between conferences, I decided to take a train to Seville for the weekend. Seville is the capital of the Andalusia region in the south and is the birthplace of Flamenco. With its picturesque cobbled streets, tapas bars, and endless shops, there is a […]
“Would you like to hold the guitar?” Rafael asked me as I had wandered onto the hotel rooftop with a glass of Verdejo in hand to watch the sun set over the medieval hill town of Toledo, Spain. The guitar belonged to Paco de Lucía, a renowned composer and flamenco […]
With numerous restaurants, grocery stores, stunning architecture and activities for over three million people, traveling to Madrid with food allergies is an excellent choice. Located in the middle of Spain, Madrid is also a hub for transportation, making it easy and efficient to access other areas of the country and […]
Each time I’m in Nashville I’m pleasantly surprised with how accommodating restaurants are with my long list of food allergies. Here is a travel guide to transportation, eateries, and accommodations in Nashville. All are positive!
It had been years since my last time traveling to Belgium with food allergies. Back then I was living in Italy full time, so Belgium wasn’t a far weekend escape. I booked a spontaneous last minute trip one weekend when I found myself without plans. On this occasion, I was […]