One of my top 3 favorite #cafes in #Seoul is Cafe on the Plan in #Chungmuro District. Gorgeous atmosphere, good #bagels & #peachtea, and karge windows for watching the world go by. Chungmuro is more real-town Seould rather than Tourism Seoul. I love it 💕
(Btw, my other two are Traveller’s Cafe in Ihwa Mural Area and Holly’s Caffe near Insa-dong.).
#Coffee and a Mint #Chocolate Frappe in #Taipei! Checking out #MrBrown Coffee shop on my first Visit to #Taiwan. So far, the weather is lovely and the view charming! ❤️
Ok Korea, I Love a good hot cocoa and this mint Chocolate was delish. But WHY add the green tea tree on top?!? Cocoa doesn’t need tea! And I thought it was a mint cookie. . . . it was horrible! Trickery I tell you! But seriously, if you’re in Korea for the #olympics, you gotta try their cafes. They are SO good. Cafe Bene and Angel-N-Us are two of my faves. Fellow #traveler, which coffee shop is your guilty pleasure?
One of my #Korea favorites! #Peach Iced #tea at the Paris Baguette. With a delicious ham & cheese muffin. . . . Great start to a Great day!
Iced #Chocolate at #CaffeBene ☕ in Changchun, #China! Love the #Art in this Cafe, the paintings are pretty ❤
Beautiful, Peaceful #cafe in the heart of #Beijing!
Had to visit the US Embassy (a mess – the guards don’t speak English and sent me through the mile long Chinese line getting VISAs. The head guy found out and came to get me 😜 Soaking Wet!💦Gave them my appoinment sheet and it crumbled😂 Anyway, now just waiting before I brave the 1hr subway to the #train.
Stopped at Baker & Spice here at Liangmaqiao station. The #food is delicious! So many choices and #bread loaves! Got my mom a Walnut Bread and me a#Chocolate #cupcake. The cupcake top inside was a surprise – completely filled with chocolate mousse!!! So delicious!!! 🍴
Go to Liangmaqiao Station, Exit B.It’s right there.
The Grand Summit, Club Building, 19 Dongfang Donglu
Lemon 7-up is absolutely delicious! They call it ningmengqi or 柠檬七.
柠檬 (lemon) + 七 (7). It’s basically 7-up with squeezed lemon in it. Delicious!
I usually order it 多多冰 (duo duo bing). 多means more/extra. In Chinese, saying something twice makes it stronger – so 多多 means ‘a lot extra’. 冰 means ‘ice’.
So I get 柠檬七多多冰 (ningmenqi duoduobing) or lemon 7-up with lots of ice. It’s possible I’m supposed to say the Ice first- my grammar isn’t that good. 😂 But they understand me! It cost me 7￥ or about 1$.
If you visit #China. you should try it. Very Good and super refreshing!