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Nothing stresses me out like having to vet restaurants for my severely PA son. Our family just returned from a 5 day trip to New Orleans and I spent quite some time researching restaurants to find...
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We would like to plan a trip to Europe & are wondering which countries are most PA aware. We have been to Italy where few peanuts are eaten, we have been to the French Alps where peanut oil was...
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5 weeks before our family trip my son gets diagnosed with a PA. I am VERY new to all of this and I am petrified of going on this Pre-booked family vacation. We are traveling to Manzanillo Mexico (...
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Has anyone attended Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom? We will be at Disney in the fall. During the party: “Guests of all ages are encouraged to dress up in...
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We recently traveled aboard the Zaandam on a 7 day inside passage cruise in Alaska. The cruise was wonderful and magical. However, I feel the need for those with peanut allergies to pass along our...
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I recently traveled on American Airlines. Although they don't give out peanuts, they sell them. When I told the flight attendant that I was allergic, he shrugged and walked off. I then told the...
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Hey everybody!! I just found this great deal; $100 worth of hotel funds for just $50. I checked it out and while you do have to go through the “Travelocity incentive site” to confirm a 2-night...
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Looking for any "safe" places to eat while in vacation for a PA and TNA. (other than the usual safe fast food places). Would love to find an ice cream parlor and bakery. --I know .... I'm dreaming!!!
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Does anyone out there have any experience with actually taking a child someplace where there are peanuts? Is it absolutely crazy to think about protecting her with say, cotton or latex gloves, and...
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I travel a lot with my two 3 year old boys. We always have. I take them to theme parks all over the South, playgrounds, botanical gardens, zoos, etc. NO WHERE has EVER given us trouble whatsoever...
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We are a Swedish family who are planning a trip to Florida. We have a 7yr old son who is very allergic to peanuts and since peanuts are so common in the US I was just thinking if peanut allergy is...
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Has anyone had any experience with traveling to or living in Vietnam with a PA?
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Hi Everyone! So there has been a lot of talk in the news about whether or not peanuts should be served on airplanes. Visit my blog and write your opinion or a story of how this has affected you, and...
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Our family just returned from China this week. We took everyone including our 5 year old severely PA son. Happy to report no reactions and we found many restaurants that he could eat at safely....
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I'm really getting concerned about traveling to malaysia next january! My 2-1/2 year old daughter tested peanut allergic shortly after she turned one. We got her retested at age 2 and her number...
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The US Department of Transportation is considering peanut allergies in air travel: This is a chance to make your voice heard! Comments may be submitted here:http://regulationroom.org/airline-...
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Hi, I've already posted this in the introduction section but then I thought maybe it would be better here. I'm a mother of a 20 year old son with PA from Australia. Our family are traveling to Hong...
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Hi, I've already posted this in the introduction section but then I thought maybe it would be better here. I'm a mother of a 20 year old son with PA from Australia. Our family are traveling to Hong...
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Hello all, My 5 year old has a severe peanut allergy. We would like to go to Hershey Park (makers of Reese's peanut butter stuff). I called and they said they are careful regarding what food places...
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I am really excited about my holiday to New York in April but was wondering if the majority of resturants are okay for nut allergy sufferers? Obviously I know that some dishes on the menu will...
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