For 3 weeks, I disappeared from Vancouver to go travel a little in Europe. We went from country to country, then flew back home.
This isn’t a review for particular restaurants, just some of the foods I took photos of.
In no particular order, we stopped in Copenhagen, Denmark. Or in their spelling, it’s something like Kobenhaven or something. It was a really long day, which included a ride through the canal area. While the others were shopping on Stroget Road, I sat down and enjoyed my chicken crepe which was surprisingly good.
In France, we had lunch on a boat going down the Seine River which went through a part of Paris. It was super warm in there, as it was sunny and the entire boat was covered in glass. The food was just alright, probably because it was so busy, but I enjoyed the wine… too much. I love my chardonnay though.
And of course, I had to try a crepe. Didn’t taste that much of a difference, seemed like the crepe was a bit thinner and less sweet than ones you can get in Vancouver. Tried to order in French, got laughed at.
“Uhh.. je veux une crepe avec sucre et citron, s’il vous plait.”
Probably butchered their language, but here’s the stand that I ordered from, it was by the Notre Dame area.
I was so tired by the time we left. Picked up a few boxes of salted caramel when we reached Honfleur.
We were also in Ireland. From Cobh, we took a train into the city area to see Cork and the Blarney Castle of course. Plus I couldn’t just leave without trying the signature Irish coffee now could I?
Anyways, that was just a brief overview of my trip. Sorry the pictures aren’t the greatest quality, my next post will be better, I promise — and it’s a post of some of the restaurants in New York. Going to be good!
Happy eating guys and gals.