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JONEC14333 SparkPoints: (50,333)
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11/18/13 4:20 P

bring a coffee pot you can heat water in..they make them with a carrying case...or you can use the coffee pot in the room...and make cup o noodles!!!

BLUENOSE63 SparkPoints: (108,021)
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11/18/13 4:16 P

Almonds are better than jerky meaning the proteins are higher.

AZULVIOLETA6 SparkPoints: (66,733)
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11/18/13 3:47 P

Will you have a microwave?

I like to take plastic baggies with a serving of oatmeal and a few crasins or raisins. If you have a bowl and access to water, that's breakfast!


ANCIENTAUTUMN Posts: 85
11/18/13 2:45 P

Hello lovely Spark People!

I will be staying in a hotel for five days on a business trip. I'd love to save money by not eating out every single meal and I'd also love to stay on track with my calories. What are some foods I should bring with me? My hotel room will not have a mini-fridge.

Here's what I have so far:
apples, oranges, bananas
nuts (though I don't prefer these because they are so high calorie)
turky jerky
baby carrots
meal bars
those pre-packaged canned tuna meals.

Any other suggestions? Unfortunately the fitness center is $20 per visit but I guess I'll bite the bullet and go a couple times.

Edited by: ANCIENTAUTUMN at: 11/18/2013 (14:46)
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