Do you really know every place you can get coffee in Vienna? It certainly seems so.Drinking coffee is such a civilised way of doing homage to so beautiful a place.
You know you have a coffee culture when you have sculptures of coffee cups. :)
Arija,I remember when I first walked from Schönbrunn Palace up to the Gloriette, thinking how wonderful it would be if somebody would open a coffee house right up there. Well, there already is a coffee house! Ever since then, I simply EXPECT that there will be a coffee place wherever I show up! ;-) I even discovered a coffee place at the Dachstein, at something like 9,000ft: all I had to do was hike up a glacier for an hour and there it was, an alpine hut, serving excellent Viennese coffee Melange! ;-)Charles Gramlich,you are right! :-)))
Ooooooh, love that. Alice in Wonderland style!
Oh look at this !!!I love this Coffee Cup !Marie-Noëlle
Oh, this is great! I LOVE that! How'd I miss this one? On the road, I miss whole days, it seems.
Marcheline, it is, indeed! ;-)Paris Breakfasts,*smile*Marie-Noëlle,such whimsy, isn't it?A Brush with Color:Sue, you should write (and Paint!) an "on the road" book!
how fun is that?! love it!xox,susan
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