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  1. As all the food is ordered the night before they can do gluten and dairy free, when I was last with Royal Caribbean a gentleman at my table was lactose intolerant and some of the soups and desserts were suitable for us both.
  2. Hi try this link http://coeliac.info/suppboard/viewtopic.php?t=136 you need to go down the page for Florida.
  3. I javen't toured Italy be this link may help you Travel Info
  4. Hi Calvin - I live in East Sussex. Where are you based?
  5. Hi Carrie, P&O = Peninsula & Oriental it is run by Carnival, who also have Princess Cruises. They cruise mostly from Southampton (UK) - P&O Cruises P&O have a chocoholic buffet and they do a gluten free selection for that. The food as enjoyable a part of the holiday as it used to be with P&O but as I said before I still prefer Royal Caribbean. Jacqui My Cruise Photo's
  6. Hi, I am new on here, I have just found the link on a message board here in the UK. I have cruised 5 times since I was diagnosed, and have just booked No 6 with Royal Caribbean. I last cruised with them 2 years ago and they were very very good with my gluten free diet. I did take my own bread and crackers. I have also done 3 cruises with P&O, their gluten free is the best (though I prefer cruising with Royal Caribbean) P&O bakes fresh rolls with each meal, soups, sauces plus they make gluten-free desserts ie Trifle, Bread & Butter pud, steamed sponge & custard etc, basically whatever you want they will do gluten-free for you. They also put gluten-free biscute in the cabin. Jacqui