Posts tagged Desserts

Carmelitas - Barcelona

Carmelitas – Barcelona

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Bread with Chocolate, Olive Oil and Salt

After dinner at Tickets, we were obviously still sort of hungry. We met up with D since it was our last farewell night and headed to Carmelitas. C had been here before and said that their food is average, but they have good desserts and a casual environment. It’s located in the Raval area, so it can be a little sketchy at night, so go as a group. The…

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Museu de la Xocolata - Barcelona

Museu de la Xocolata – Barcelona

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Got back to Barcelona and a few days later, A invited some of us to join her at the Museu de la Xocolatato celebrate her birthday. Apparently, one of their professors at ESADE was the director at this museum, and they had done a field trip here, but A was away for it. The professor said she could bring a few friends to check the museum out and also make some chocolate at a discounted price! The…

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Teacup Kitchen - Manchester

Teacup Kitchen – Manchester

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The next day, S and N took me around Manchester to do some sightseeing. There isn’t that much sightseeing though, and compared to other cities I’ve visited, I would say that the city is mostly locals. I felt sort of silly taking pictures and acting all touristy. One of the more significant attractions was the Manchester Cathedralwhich is a medieval church located in the city center. It’s a…

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Kaiku - Barcelona

Kaiku – Barcelona

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On another day off back in Barcelona, S, A, and I decided to go try out a new restaurant. It’s amazing how beautiful the weather is, even when it’s mid November. Surfers were out at the Barcelonetta beach, and this was the view we had from the restaurant! Such a nice change from typical rainy Novembers back in Vancouver…

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Anyways, our professor had compiled a list of his recommended resturants,…

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Cafe Granja Viader - Barcelona

Cafe Granja Viader – Barcelona

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Cafe Granja Viaderwas recommended by my Spanish professor. This cafe has so much history! The family business began in the 1870s and started as a farm. They are also among the first to start the dairy industry in Spain, and they invented Cacaolat, which you will see all over Spain. Cacaolat is basically the Spanish version of our Milk2Go. The cafe is actually located just inside the streets off…

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