I am sorry I did not see this before you left. Eating out is hard but when traveling you really do not have a choice. We do pack a large ice chest with cheese, fruits, vegetables and gf cold cuts. Bottles of water are a good drink so you do not worry about calories. Rice crackers make the base for small little sandwiches for the meat and cheese. Trail mix is good for snacking on. We also take rice milk in the cooler and eat cereal for breakfast along with fruit. Much more economical then eating out every meal. Some restaurants are better then others at being helpful. I have found that even with mentioning that you have Celiac Disease or being gluten intolerant it is best to say you have a severe allergy to wheat (make sure to also say flour because people are just plain ignorant), rye, barley (malt) and oats. Most restaurants can guide you to safe foods. And my saying allergy they seem a lot more responsive. Pay attention to what people get around you. If the bread is served on the plate tell them not to let it touch your plate.
Very few resorts have food that you can eat and are not very accommodating. But usually if you tell them that you are on a restrictive diet and can not eat their food they well break the rules for you and allow you to carry food into the park. Disney is the exception. They are very accommodating as was all ready mentioned.
A lot of Bed and Breakfasts Inns are very accommodating if you notify them in advance.
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