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Shout NOLA

A road trip to New Orleans, Louisiana, was fantastic. I stayed for a night at a petite hotel called Prince Conti Hotel, located at French Quarter. 438 more words



Do not be mistaken. SWEET is the name of the dessert shop at CityCentre.

SWEET offers a wide range of cupcakes, cakes, pastries, and macarons. It is the first dessert shop I came across in Houston that sells macarons towers. 225 more words


Annyeonghaseyo! (South Korea)

Annyeonghaseyo! It means “Hello” in Korean. South Korea is a country which I would like to frequent because of the unique cuisine. Korean cuisine consists mainly of rice, meat, and vegetables. 1,047 more words


Ooh La La Dessert Boutique

I chanced upon Ooh La La Dessert Boutique when I was at CityCentre having dinner. The dessert shop offers indoor seating with ample space, and also outdoor seating. 257 more words


Patisserie Paris Je T'aime

Patisserie Paris Je T’aime was the first pastry shop that I visited when I reached Houston, Texas. It is a small pastry shop with some indoor seatings and limited outdoor seatings. 126 more words


The Canto Land

There is no other city like Hong Kong. Hong Kong is notable for their night markets, street food, beautiful night sceneries, entertaining kung-fu dramas and movies, and of course, Bruce Lee. 1,033 more words


Matcha Green Tea Macarons

This matcha craze doesn’t seem to be subsiding so let’s add to the green tea fun! The slight bitterness of matcha works so well in desserts as the sweetness mellows the bitterness slightly, creating the perfect balance. 532 more words