Lovely idea ... let's see, where can my coffee take me tomorrow? Beautiful Sunday to you!
:) conquering the world one coffee at a time!
Cobalt Violet,sometimes, a tablecloth offers a world of possibilities.Bon voyage! :-) Lara,and so it is! :-)
What about coffee in Trondheim, Norway?
That second photo wants to be a painting. How thoughtful of your neighbor to put those tulips there!
"Some afternoons I have coffee in Paris" sounds like the great opening line to a story!
HA!BBC shows spoon turned down in Vienna coffee houses!hmph
PSat 1:25 in the BBC video I see a little dog sitting on the floor in the cafe :Ois that OK?You never said..
Vicki,there are always flowers on that windowsill, mostly tulips. So lovely!Charles,it IS a story! ;-)Paris Breakfast,see, I told you! :-)Alas: If I here one more lament about a cup of coffee costing 3 Euros, served in such a lovely environment, I am going to get the duct tape! (I wonder where the lady did her research.)DOGS are always welcome in Viennese coffeehouses, or restaurants, for that matter. All over Austria, in fact. I once had to step over a large black labrador, sprawled on the floor as if where its home. ;-)I will put my Weimar post up tomorrow, the first coffeehouse in the BBC film. Maxie's there. ;-)
I love that saucer with the plain white cup.I just looked at my coffee mug that's beside my computer. Its not elegant at all.There is a picture of a guy in a chair watching TV with a remote in his hand. It says:" So many channels...So little time.I think I like going to Paris better, especially from a beautiful coffee cup.(:0)Sue
This reminds me...I have always felt Italian ;) I love to hear the Italian language spoken, I love Italian films, I love the Tuscan region of Italy, the design and feel and yet, I do not like Italian coffee, but just maybe if I ever traveled to Italy, I would like their coffee. Have a lovely week, wherever your imagination, or true life takes you~
What a very pretty saucer. I hadn't thought of mixing it with just a white cup. Nice idea!
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