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  • Best coffee ever near La Plaza Best coffee ever near La Plaza Mayor, Madrid

    • From: fnjp
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      A terrific time in Spain. We love all about Spain. Spaniards are jovial and very happy people. They eat, drink, eat some more and then drink again. Can't wait until our next trip.

    • 8 months ago
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  • Quaint Heidelberg coffee shop Quaint Heidelberg coffee shop

    • From: joecruz
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    • 2 years ago
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  • A Ghost Image of the Lyric The A Ghost Image of the Lyric Theatre in 1913

    • From: Dudley
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      You can almost feel the wonderful energy from the 1900's when the Lyric was also know as Perfect Pictures.  Now a warm and cozy bistro and coffee shop.  Needs to be seen and enjoyed.  A must stop in Clayton, New York in the 1000 Islands.

    • 2 years ago
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  • Lyric Coffee House and Bistro Lyric Coffee House and Bistro in the evening

    • From: Dudley
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      It's a phrase often heard now in the 1000 Islands:  "Meet me at the Lyric"  The tired old liquor store that was a wonderful Movie Theatre in 1913 has been rejuvinated into a happening place as th4e 1000 Islands of upstate New York is being re-discovered.

    • 2 years ago
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  • Oggle The Goodies Oggle The Goodies

    • From: rschoeff
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      Every time I would pass the window of this cafe on a busy street in Oxford England, I would get hungry. They have the hugest chocolate chip cookies I've seen along with other baked goods and entrees. I was enticed in a few times for a snack and coffee or tea. The picture still makes me hungry.

    • 2 years ago
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  • Hello coffee beans Hello coffee beans

    • From: astridm85
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      The beautiful landscape of coffee country, Colombia

    • 2 years ago
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  • Water Street Hotel in Snow Water Street Hotel in Snow

    • From: karengale
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      Built in 1889 for ND Hill, this Victorian Hotel was renovated in 1990 and continues to operate as a haven for visitors to Port Townsend, Washington.  Located steps away from the Northwest Maritime Center, City Dock, Elevated Ice Cream and Candy/Gift Shop, El Serape Mexican Restaurant, Salal Cafe for breakfast and lunch, Phoenix Rising Bookstore, and all of downtown on the main street of Port Townsend, WA, the Water Street Hotel maintains old-time charm and includes modern conveniences in a modest manner. The guest registration lobby is located within Pacific Traditions, a Native American arts shop, where the owner, Mary, greets and orients the Sudlow family's hotel guests. 

      For an amazingly affordable stay you have choices from a simply elegant room with a shared bathroom, to one of several suites including an outdoor balcony with a porch swing overlooking Admiralty Inlet, Mount Rainier and Mount Baker, the ferry and Point Hudson Marina, a fully equipped kitchen with a gas stove and oven, a gas woodstove,  flat-screen TV, king sized bed and additional sleeping quarters, a full bathroom with tub and shower, coffee service and a shared lobby with original skylights, allowing one to observe weather conditions and shore birds' flights overhead.  The hotel is located above the ground floor, accessed by 32 stairs to the "lower rooms" and an additional set of 16 stairs to the upper rooms.  All rooms have the typical extraordinarily high ceilings of the era, 10' tall windows with exceptional views of this historic town, and each includes at least a hand-basin sink and period furniture.  The beds are comfy and guests are made to feel at home, and private, as they use the street-front door without crossing a "manned" lobby.  The second floor  lobby is furnished with period chairs and lamps, and the one telephone, which guests are welcome to use to call out, but which flashes, rather than rings, for incoming calls. Cable TV and Wi-fi internet service are provided to keep one connected to the modern world.

      This photo depicts a rare snow day in Port Townsend, and a MUCH rarer White Christmas, in 2008.

    • 2 years ago
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  • Mount Abbas, Sinai Desert Mount Abbas, Sinai Desert

    • From: dbrown1793
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      Travelers into the Sinai Desert routinely climb Mount Sinai near the Santa Katarina monastery in the mountainous south central area in order to view the dawn. Upon arrival at the top, they will find a coffee shop and a gaggle of tourists. Trekking with the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel (SPNI or "Hateva" as it is locally known), they decided on a quieter, alternative peak named Mt. Abbas. Beginning our ascent at 2am, we arrived just as the sun was breaking over the horizon near Saudi Arabia. The peak is named after an Egyptian governor who in the 1880's decided to build a palace on the peak to the consternation of his many servants. Fortunately for them, he was killed halfway through the project (supposedly by his wife's lover) and the building was abandoned to ruins.

    • 3 years ago
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  • The Early Morning Coffee Club The Early Morning Coffee Club

    • From: donutdollie
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      Pelicans enjoying the early morning hours in sleepy little San Felipe.

    • 3 years ago
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  • Mil Flores organic, Fairt Trad Mil Flores organic, Fairt Trade coffee farm

    • From: laratada
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    • 3 years ago
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  • Coffee plant Coffee plant

    • From: laratada
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    • 3 years ago
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  • coffee fruit coffee fruit

    • From: scubafan67
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    • 3 years ago
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  • Thai pancakes & coffee Thai pancakes & coffee

    • From: scubafan67
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    • 3 years ago
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  • The Coffee Maestro Of Cappadoc The Coffee Maestro Of Cappadocia

    • From: donutdollie
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      There are some areas of  Cappadocia where you can take in the scenery  and have a cup of coffee or tea too. This wonderful man graciously agreed to pose for pictures.

    • 3 years ago
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  • "Maine Morning Temptation" "Maine Morning Temptation"

    • From: slopatti
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      Taken while I was having my morning coffee, standing at the side of a hill overlooking a small inlet, where this ramp and boat were calling out "let's go!"

    • 3 years ago
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  • Orange Trees in the Courtyard Orange Trees in the Courtyard

    • From: donutdollie
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      The Oriental Hotel where I stayed in Damascus last year was a renovated home. As with all of the old homes in Damascus, the home was built around a lovely courtyard. Oranges were abundant on the trees. It was a wonderful place to collapse and drink coffee or tea and read the paper after wandering the little streets of Damascus.

    • 3 years ago
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  • Marocchino: Espresso, steamed Marocchino: Espresso, steamed milk & cacao

    • From: anndphotography
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      My husband and I took a trip to Northern Italy.  We wanted to get outside of our little town in Wisconsin so I could start building my international portfolio and celebrate us.

      Verona was our first city that we explored.  I recommend going... strongly.

       

    • 3 years ago
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  • French McDonald's French McDonald's

    • From: olgica65
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      Stopped for coffee at the McDonald's near the Palace of Versailles

    • 3 years ago
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  • Morning coffee in Paris Morning coffee in Paris

    • From: bevandlee
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    • 3 years ago
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