I'd put the broccoli, at least, in a bucket of ice. Of course, I can't eat room temperature or warmer raw broccoli without gagging...
1st goal--216 (lowest weight since moving to NC): achieved 5/14/10
2nd goal--203 (lowest weight post college):
3rd goal--199 (Onederland!)
4th goal--189 (where I'd like to be before really trying to get pregnant)
5th goal--180 (100 lbs. from my highest weight ever)
6th goal--169 (overweight bmi)
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Keep it on ice, you don't want to get sick. Tomatos and peppers are fine, but the other vegetables might be problematic. I really suggest using the ice chest and replacing the ice from the hotel's ice machine, or stocking the mini fridge.
Thanks for the ideas. When I get to my hotel, I'll buy veggies that can sit on the counter.
I know the friend I'm rooming with will make fun of me to no end. And as for using the ice bucket, he will want it strictly for liquid refreshment. I can't bring a cooler because I am traveling by train & by foot.
The silver bag idea is great. Hadn't thought of it.
Many hotels have mini fridges available upon request. You may want to call ahead and see if this is an option. Otherwise, I agree with the suggestion to use ice; maybe you can ask for a spare ice bucket?
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