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Escape to Poland: My Latte in Life, Ep. 11
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5 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do in Budapest, Hungary on a Budget
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"cultural tourism": ...
There are lots of affordable ways to enjoy this city, which in case you didn't know, is divided in two by the Danube river -- hilly, more-residential Buda on one side and Pest, where all the action is, on the other.
Ten Reasons to Love Paris in the Winter
Michael Saint James
Educator, artist, world traveler. Author and photographer of t...
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#JeSuisEnTerrasse Defiantly Celebrates Paris' Sidewalk Cafes
The City of Light refuses to go dark.
Cooking Art History: Dining With Matisse
Art and culinary historian and founder of ArtBites
Matisse lived during France's
. Café culture was at its height, and cafés were where artists came together to exchange stories, discuss ground breaking artistic styles, and eat good food. This good food has a history.
Cult Coffee Shops
The coffee culture you once knew has undergone tremendous changes over the last decade, upending your daily routine with new brands, a specific language, philosophy and taxonomy -- and, of course, a more expensive price tag.
How To Use A Coffee Shop As An Office And Not Be THAT Person
Play with your food.
I see people unnecessarily using two tables when they really could condense down into one.
There's A Dude Like This In Every Coffee Shop In America
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A Taste of Fall's Best Cookbooks
Bon Appétit Magazine
So many of our favorite chefs are releasing cookbooks this fall. Here's a taste.
D.C. Cafe Tour: Bloomingdale Edition
Huffington Post Trends and Digital Innovation editor. Writer, ...
Experiencing a cafe is the best (and quickest) way to get acquainted with the soul of an area, so naturally when I moved to Bloomingdale, the first thing I did was hit the coffee shops.
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Parisian Dream; My French Double Life
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Drink This For A Long Life
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13 Ways To Get Down With Coffee Cake
Julie R. Thomson
With chocolate, blueberries or crumble.
This Coffee Mug Means Business
Sometimes, you need to punch your day in the face.
Why Does He Go By 'Spencer'?!
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