The Friday Five: Jen's Five Best Tips for Enjoying National Parks

Jennifer is a writer and travel enthusiast based in the Sacramento area of Northern California. She has recently given in to the insatiable urge to wander and shares her photos and experiences over on her blog, People + Places + Things. Jennifer has also authored several travel guide apps and creates content for online and print publications.

Five Best Tips for Enjoying National Parks from Jennifer Snyder

Stay somewhere comfortable

Deciding where and how you’ll catch some zzzzz’s while you’re visiting a national park is very important and one of the first things we tackle when planning a trip. Do you want to camp and sleep under the stars? What about a nice hotel inside the park? Or perhaps a small rustic cabin in the woods nearby?

Whatever offers you and yours the most comfort and an opportunity for some down time is often the best choice. You’ll be happy to have a place to rest and recover after long days full of hiking, exploring and sightseeing.

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The Friday Five: Molly's Five Favorite Restaurants In London

I'm so excited to introduce my first ever guest post here on Gluten Free Travelette!

Currently based in London, Molly is a Holistic Nutrition Consultant and shares recipes and tips on her blog, The Particular Kitchen. Her raw dessert recipes are incredibly drool-worthy and it's wonderful to see how much time she puts into her community though talks and workshops. 

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Molly's Five Favorite Restaurants in London

1. The Gate

This vegetarian restaurant is right up the street from our flat, hidden on a quiet side street near Hammersmith Bridge. We've shared many beautiful meals here, most recently a 5-course set menu for Valentines Day, all with inventive and exciting flavors. The menu offers lots of vegan and gluten-free options, including desserts, so for that reason, we visit as often as possible! Even our friends with non-restricted diets love it here.

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