I am back from my 12 day Baltic cruise. Hats off to Royal Carribean for going out of their way to make us safe. For snacks they offered Udi's pizza, fruit and packaged Udi's cookies at the 24 hour coffee shop. Ate all meals in the dining room. Two head waiters took really good care of us. They even talked to us about food selections and cc safety. I highly recommend RC for a great gluten-free experience. They even baked gluten-free muffins and bread for us!
We did get glutened once, but I think it occurred in St. Petersburg while on a tour. I recovered quickly from that CC episode. Hubby and I did well during our two weeks in Great Britain too thanks to everyone's input! We dined many mornings at Costa's Coffee where they had gluten-free chicken wraps and brownies that were really good. Ate a lot of tailgate meals from M & S, TESCO and Sainbury's too. Stayed at gluten-free Bed and Breakfast Inns and carried bread and toaster bags for those that were not dedicated inns. Even had Fish and Chips!
Airline food (pre-ordered) was horrible. A gluten-free tin of food marked with a Sharpie but served with crackers and a roll made from wheat? We passed! Carried food with us.
Had a fabulous time, overall!
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