an oasis of espresso in bukhara, uzbekistan

Regardless of where I travel, my running internal commentary is "hmmm... that would be a nice place for a café." I am usually thinking...

an ethiopian coffee house in the heart of brussels and an african history lesson

As my friends and I made our way from their apartment in Porte de Hal , a section of Brussels not far from the...

a very hot latte at café de guatemala

The Guatemalans apparently like things very hot. This is particularly true of their coffee. After a morning of exploring the ruins of Tikal, near...

the quest for the perfect latte in chicago

Given my being partial to lattes, a large part of every journey or adventure I embark upon is the never-ending quest for the perfect...

coffee perfection on the atlantic coast of namibia

Swakopmund  is a city and beach resort on the Atlantic coast of western Namibia, and lies approximately 170 miles west of Windhoek, Namibia's...

a coffee at a red house on iceland’s south coast

On a recent winter trip to Iceland in search of the Northern Lights, I stayed in the town of Hveragerði which is approximately 45 km to...

an espresso among the bubbles in new orleans’ french quarter

I am a frequent traveler to New Orleans and like many visitors my travels there tend to focus on the French Quarter and all...

sip an espresso at caffé reggio and be transported to the past

In the heart of New York City's Greenwich Village, just steps away from the city's famous Washington Square, is a café that has been...

a quaint french café in mile end, montréal

Mile End is a part of Montréal much like Brooklyn, New York: varied immigrant communities, Hasidic Jews and artsy hipsters coexist, making it a...

a little cup of italy in london

It should be no surprise that one of my favorite travel activities is to sit at a cafe and sip a good latte or...

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