Travel Series: Gluten-free California

In August, my boyfriend and I took a great vacation in California. This was the first vacation in my life that did not revolve around a beach and to my surprise, it was possibly the most enjoyable yet. It was also my first time traveling to California. We started our trip flying into San Diego and rent a car. After spending a few days in San Diego, we started making our way north and included stops in Huntington Beach, West Hollywood, Santa Barbara and Solvang. We ended our vacation with cool, fall-like weather in San Francisco.

I think many of my fellow gluten-free travelers will agree that traveling with a food allergy can be especially difficult. My vacations are heavily planned around the availability of gluten-free dining. In this blog post I will take my you through my gluten-free journey in California. I am really excited to share my experience with you and hope my blog helps to make some of your California vacation planning less stressful. Over the next few weeks I plan to share the highlights of our trip in individual blog posts (San Diego, LA, Solvang and San Francisco)

If California is not on your list of future destinations, but sure to check out some of my other travel blogs here. When I first started blogging, one of my first travel blogs on my prior site was about gluten-free dining in Aruba. I hope to help as many gluten-free travelers as possible, so please share my posts with your GFFs (gluten-free-friends) and you can save/share my posts on Pinterest too!

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