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I'd like to spend some time in that cafe drinking that lovely coffee drink!
It's "just" a plain cappuccino, Terri, but how many people can make that where I live? Not many! I'd like to sit with you while each sip one.
Awwww, that looks tasty!
It was so nice to run into a coffee shop that wasn't Starbucks. Not that I don't love Starbucks, but one does hunger and thirst for orignality, too.
I love the picture of coffee! Yum!
It's so amazing how they put the design on there; I always thought it was with a special tool, but this barista just made the swirls by moving her wrist back and forth. Amazing to me!
That looks like a great place for a relaxing, restorative cup.
Ah, you need to come visit me! We have a quaint little cafe within walking distance (near our bike trail). It's called Caffe Italia and it serves drinks just like the one in your third photo. We love it!
I most definitely would love to visit that cafe with you! (No wonder you ride so much if it's by your trail. ;)
Ready for a cup of that espresso! :)
Yum!I played too. Mine are here and here.
My husband and I love Stratford and Balzac's. It's our favorite place for breakfast when we visit.
That's so neat that ee'ce enjoyed the same place! I didn't have any breakfast there, just their coffee, but it was memorable stuff. I can only imagine how awesome the whole deal would be.
Mmm...makes me crave a warm cup of coffee :)
Even if it's bedtime, right?! :)
It *is* bedtime and it gave me a craving, too.
I'm such an Iowa girl. I never can see or hear "Balzac" without thinking of "The Music Man". You can find the reference here , between 0:40 and 0:55.Pick-a-little-talk-a-little!
can't beat a great cup of coffee to pick you up after a ride, as to Balzac, was a great fan of his work in my early 20s.