Since we were constantly on the move during our trip, we had to eat out for most of our meals. We kept a stock of granola bars and fruit for breakfast, as well as snack food and bottled water for throughout the day. Other than several lunches of peanut butter sandwiches on the road, we ate the majority of our lunches at Subway. It was a great way to save money since Steven and I could split a $5 footlong sub and each have a glass of water. Each time it was the same order: footlong ham on 9-grain wheat bread, lettuce, tomatoes, green pepper, my half with Chipotle Southwest, and Steven's half with no sauce. Luckily, neither of us got sick of eating there! We would use the "Around Me" application on my iPhone to locate the closest restaurant. They really are all over the place and we never had to go out of our way to find one, even in the airport, Sedona, or outside of Bryce Canyon! It didn't matter the city or the look of the building, the food was always consistent and delicious!