I agree - go to the store. Nothing says you have to eat out for all meals during a vacation. Are there any accomodations in a room that allow for cooking? I stay at a Marriot when I travel and often there is some type of accomodation. You can buy your groceries and make it a meal for you and your family.
If not, well...first don't sweat it. Having that mental mindset of moderation will help you for sure and it sound like you are already on your way. When I travel, I eat at the hotel for breakfast (and for work travel they do a dinner as well). Good news, I can eat the healthy options I would at home as they often have oatmeal, eggs, cereal and stuff that is healthy and I know the calorie count for as well. As stated earlier, I can cook and bring my meals and snacks (bananas, apples, fruit) or go to the grocery store and buy a premade deli sandwhich .
If all of that doesn't work and you are going to end up eating out a lot - then there is one piece of advice I have. Do meal planning. Sounds hard but more often than not, restaurants have websites and a list of their menu/nutritional menu. So, can you meal plan in an area you are not as familiar with? Absolutely.
For the most part - no one wants to reset. No one wants to fall of the bandwagon. This is however your vacation and perhaps a couple more cheat meals is alright on that. Please enjoy yourself.
Love the idea of travelling with water and bring that walking gear.
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