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Friday, June 9, 2017

Summer Vacation - HOW TO DO Disney With Allergies/Gluten Free!

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See, you can have fun.  Even if it's not Disney, you can have some fun.  (See Finally!)

It can get frustrating, but you learn to deal.  (See Someone Asked Me Today How I Deal With...)

Remember, you are what you eat!  (See The Old Saying Holds True)

Gluten seems to be EVERYWHERE. (See Where Gluten Hides)


Disney - 2011.  My daughter's high school graduation trip with her then boyfriend, her brother and her cousin!
Her cousin (on the left) was a cancer patient at the time of travel. 
You can have fun, even with allergies/sensitivities, illness.  I must say, Disney is EXTREMELY caring and accommodating.
  • I contacted Disney to let them know my nephew (I refer to him as my nephew; he was also my Godson) was a cancer patient.
  • They assured me if there was any medical issue it would be handled immediately and professionally.
  • They indicated he was a cancer patient and on medication. 
  • They allowed him on rides ahead of the line (his group could go too) so as not to make him wait on long lines, in the sun sometimes.  I don't know if they still do that or not.  I was given conflicting information on that. 
  • He was on a special diet at the time.
There was no place I felt more safe sending him.  Disney was just AWESOME!  They went to Disney in Florida!  (See Time Travel - Is It Possible?)

The below links (used with permission) have great tips on how to do Disney with allergies and/or gluten free!  I hope this is helpful.

Allergy Free Mouse

Alexis's Gluten Free Adventures

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  1. This is great! A celiac myself!

    1. Yes, I thought it would be helpful to a lot of people. I know Disney is a common destination over the summer.

  2. That's awesome on Disney's part, not everyone does that. I am glad that your nephew had great time!

    1. Me too. He sure deserved it. Disney made it possible.

  3. As a Disney lover, I am not surprised that they accomodate so well. Thanks for all the tips.

    1. You are welcome. I thought those were awesome sites myself. I had to share (with permission). Disney is always top notch. I enjoyed staying at several of their resorts and taking one of their cruises.