For a while now I have been thinking about putting together a blog so that a lot of resources required for travel planning for countries are all together in one place. I often look for the same types of information when researching travel destinations so I thought this could become a great starting point for […]Read more "Gluten Free in Europe: The Ultimate Travel Planning Resource – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Having been diagnosed with coeliac for over 11 years, I have tried out many online gluten free companies. I have also tried many gluten free bakeries whilst working in London and travelling around the country so now that the country is on lockdown, what companies have I wanted to support and/or try products by ordering […]Read more "Supporting Gluten Free Businesses – A Guide of What to Order Online"
Inspired by glutenfreemrsd I thought I would write my own 2020 travel wish list! During 2019 I spent more of my annual leave in the U.K. than I normally would to allow me to spend time with my two year old nephew (and the rest of the family of course!) and to have a calmer […]Read more "My 2020 Travel Wish List – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Why Manchester? Manchester was the weekend destination for my friend, Louise’s birthday, and located 90 minutes away on a direct train from Milton Keynes it was surprisingly quick and easy to reach. Isn’t the train a dream when it all runs smoothly?! The Hotel – Mercure Piccadilly We stayed at the Mercure Piccadilly as it […]Read more "Gluten Free in Manchester – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Why Rome? I first visited Rome with my dad and brother many years ago, a trip that was pre-Coeliac diagnosis and filled with pizza, pasta and all things gluteney. That and overwhelming heat as we visited in the summer! This trip was to be four nights with Paul who had not visited the city and […]Read more "Gluten Free in Rome – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Why Washington DC? When booking our trip to Florida for Halloween we couldn’t get a direct flight home without it doubling the cost of the flight. As this couldn’t be justified, we turned the stopover into an overnight stay to see the main sights of the City! The Hotel – The Hay-Adams As we were only […]Read more "Gluten Free in Washington DC – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Chinese is one of the things that I, and I’m sure many coeliacs miss being able to eat safely. I had heard so many good things about Naturally Chinese in Surbiton, a Chinese restaurant that are accredited by Coeliac U.K. that they had been on my ‘must visit’ list for a long time. The problem […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac at Naturally Chinese"
Honest burgers is a small chain that is expanding across London making it easy to find on a day trip to the capital. With 23 branches, 22 of which are in London (the other in Cambridge) it is one of the most regularly recommended places to eat in London for those wanting a gluten free […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac at Honest Burgers"
Growing up as a fussy eater, being diagnosed as Coeliac at the time felt devastating and totally unexpected. I was extremely ill by the time I was diagnosed and on the one hand was relieved it was something that I could help through diet alone but on the other I had no idea what on […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac Eating in U.K. Chain restaurants accredited by Coeliac UK"
Working on Oxford Street I am a huge fan of Chipotle (Chip-oat-lay). There are several branches in London including in Covent Garden and Baker Street near Madame Tussauds. The Wardour Street branch in Soho is a couple of minutes from work and one of the best places to find food on the go. I was […]Read more "The Sightseeing Coeliac at Chipotle"