Casa Battlo- A Fond Foodie Memory in Barcelona- #barcelona #gaudi #casabatllo

A Fond Foodie Memory in Barcelona, Spain!

Barcelona, Spain TAPAS Memory

Foodie Memory Barcelona- #barcelona #spain #tapas

As a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ghana, one of the food items I craved the most was cheese. Laughing Cow is only an acceptable substitute for so long. The drink item I missed the most was red wine that didn’t come from a box. So you can imagine how a trip to Spain when I lived in Ghana was the best possible place for me to go! We ate at many delicious restaurants, but the one that I still remember by name was recommended to us by our hotel and is called Ciudad Condal. We went for lunch, and even though we had to wait a while, it was worth it. All the tapas we ordered were delicious, but my favorite was the Queso Camembert Crujiente. It’s a baked camembert covered with crushed almonds on a stick served with a raspberry sauce! With a nice glass of house wine to go with it, I was one very satisfied foodie!

What’s your favorite food story from your travels?

One Happy Traveler

One Happy Traveler

A Few Practicalities

Closest Metro Station: Passeig de Gràcia

Nearest Gaudí Site: Casa Batlló

What Else is Nearby: The area is known for its high-end shopping!

Stephanie grew up road-tripping across the U.S., but her first flight was to Australia, and she’s been hooked ever since. She lived abroad in Thailand, where she met Meagan, and in Ghana with Peace Corps and has been to over 30 countries on 6 continents. She travels for the adventure, the stories, and nature.