Ice Cream Around the World – Part 1

Eva here.

I have had quite a lot of experience with ice cream in Toronto, but it is nowhere near as good as the ice cream in France (mostly Paris). My first ice cream cone was in Paris at Berthillon on Ile St. Louis. Sadly we did not get a picture of the ice cream cone.

The next day we went for ice cream again at a place called Amorino and took a picture this time. It was shaped like a berthillonsmflower and it was mango flavour. amorino2sm

Belgium has the biggest ice cream.  They also have amazing chocolates. This whole scene is made out of chocolate (except for the boxes and bottles).

brugges choc window

Our next ice cream was with an amazing Servas family in Caen. It was so good I gulped it down so fast that I did not get a good look at it.

The next time was at Mont Saint Michel. After seeing the Mont, we got separated, me with Mom and Aran with Dad. When we found each other we decided that we should go for ice cream and found a place where we had an amazing view of the ocean (at low tide) and of Mont Saint Michel. I had strawberry ice cream and Aran had apple. Mom and Dad did not have any ice cream though (they had beer instead).

Mont St Michel

ice cream My favourite ice cream so far is the one from Amorino. It was made by using a flat ice cream scoop and putting the ice cream on in layers in different places until it looked like a flower.

Thank you Grandma and Grandpa for the money for ice cream around the world.  That’s it for the ice cream in Part One.  Hope to type to you soon.

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6 thoughts on “Ice Cream Around the World – Part 1

  1. Hi Eva! It’s Sadie! Thanks for sharing your ice cream adventures! Great to see you are having fun. We miss you at Howard. Looking forward to hearing more about your trip. xo

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  2. I have had ice cream in Paris (with your mom). I can’t wait to hear what you think of gelato in Italy. I am not sure what my favourite is. Maybe you need to make a rating system so you can judge taste and presentation. Are you going to try to scoop ice cream and make it look like a flower? I could eat your practice ones!

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  3. Eva, thank you for your mouth watering ice-cream reports with photos included ! Very nice to read about your family’s adventures! Fantastique!
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