domingo, 25 de noviembre de 2012


As the tea lover that I am, I am always looking for teahouses, salons and cafeterias where to enjoy tasty and naturals teas and that have an upstanding decoration. Akashi is a very authentic tea house, Japanese bar and photo gallery where Japanese sweets are in order, tatamis are included, and the service is exceptional. Located in the centre of Barcelona (c/Rosselló 197) it is definitely a must go place for those of you who, like me, enjoy this drink.

Ciao Milano


On one of my previous posts I already talked about my (not so recent) trip to Milano to celebrate my birthday. Being sincere, it is not one of my favorite cities (my boyfriend didn't really like it) but that doesn't mean we didn't enjoy it at its best. We loved getting lost around little streets, staring at the best fashion stores, drinking (that I have to admit) the best cappuccinos of our lifes, and learning about amazing concepts as ''il aperitivo''. Needless to talk about the majestic Duomo and the italian's restaurants charm.

  IMG_8263IMG_8290 IMG_8213 IMG_8174 IMG_8159 IMG_8130 IMG_8134 {best gnocci I had in my life}

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{Wearing H&M skirt and YSL pumps}

{So many stylish girls in Milan!}



miércoles, 21 de noviembre de 2012


One of the things I like the most about traveling is discovering beautiful places, charming cafeterias and others alike. Luckily enough, Barcelona is one of the cities that has a lot of hidden gems that fulfills my wanderlust when I don't have money or time to go abroad.

Two weekends ago I went for the first time to a bookstore-cafeteria called +Bernat. There, surrounded by books and sipping a delicious cappuccino I concentrated on uni readings while being in a beautiful place all at once.

For those of you who are in the city, I recommend you +Bernat to go with friends just to chat, to study, get lost going through its shelves full of interesting books or simply to relax in a good surrounding.