Another day in the trip, another castle to visit! Ah, what a hard life!
I’m obviously joking, as I love castles.
This time it was way easier to reach it, and there were no 5 km hikes, as when we went to Burg Eltz!
As we were already in Cochem, we did not need to take any train anywhere: we just needed to walk up to the castle and get in.
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This is the type of low-key sweet that you would get on a visit to the bakery—go to buy a bread loaf, and come back with that but also half a quarter of these for your mid-morning coffee.
Unfortunately, someone in my family has developed a nut allergy so they’re not casually acquired anymore, and they’re also quite regional so I haven’t had the chance to find them in my most recent visits to Valencia. And then, there’s lockdown and no travelling, so… time to bake some, as I’ve been craving these for a while!
They’re quite easy to make, so if you are tired of baking cookies and shortbreads and feel like attempting something more exotic, try this. (I mean, at this point going to a different supermarket a few blocks away already feels super “exotic”, so imagine baking something typical from two countries away!)
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Once we arrived back from Narai, we walked towards one of the potential coffee house candidates I had bookmarked, to continue our “kaffee und kuchen” tradition whenever we’re on holidays (and even more so when jetlagged!).
Continue reading “11th May 2019 (part 2): Japanese coffee, Korean dinner”