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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Gargoyle, Jun 4, 2011.
Would that be in a Quaker city?
Wawa - Wawa - Wawa every where I go.
Okay, on some of those particularly stressful days, this is definitely the cup for me. Drink the coffee and then lick or eat the cup!!
bought 6 lbs of dark roast at Himalayan Java on our last trip to Kathmandu (April '11):
You need to skip over the first debate to get to the Tea vs. Coffee.
It was hilarious!
Sunday morning cappuccino at a cafe in Tuscany.
Business travel does have it's moments.
€2.30 (including the pastry)
My second cup of the day, this is a macchiato- an espresso with a splash of foamed milk bounced in. A different cafe, at the other end of the piazza...
€1.50. This cafe charges too much, but it is a nice place, so I still stop in from time to time.
You poor, poor man. Please don't overexert yourself.
Wow! That's too beautiful to drink. At first.
This morning I continued to suffer through the indignities of international travel, with a simple cappuccino and a chocolate pastry.
The other photos you shared earlier made me wish I was in Italy for a good cup of coffee and a tasty pastry. But, today, you are just really ticking me off with the very sight of these delicious treats!!!!
In that case, here's my macchiato from this afternoon, €1.00
Oh, sure, just keep rubbing it in!!
Looks to me like he moved the cup to hide the pastry this time
nope, the pastry is just with the first cup of the morning, from then on it's just pure coffee.
LOL, different cup!
I'm promiscuous- i go to different cafe's, sometimes multiple cafe's in a single day.
More fun that way!
Judging by prices, some you enjoy standing and some sitting
For those that are interested, here is the link to the winners of the Salon.com Great Coffee Art Contest
Just to make Concerto feel good, this morning's cafe.
Thanks stone carver...keep them coming