When in London, coffee is a must. Since it’s pretty cheap to fly there from Poland*. I was in the win-win situation, as I visited my friend, whom I travelled also to Brighton and Bristol with. Brighton was a blast! Just let me warn you – lots of LGBT parades and electronically music festivals take place in Brighton during summer, if you’re more into family holiday, then maybe skip it on your bucket list as your kids might get little shocked. Go rather to Eastbourne- similar views, but more peaceful atmosphere. 🙂 Ok, but speaking of London… I’ve decided to take my time, enjoy smells, tastes, places and views more carefully and therefore visit maximum 2-3 places per trip.
Amsterdam. Being for a long time on my bucket list, I finally got to visit this amazing city. It was not only for coffee’s sake, but also architecture, kinky boutiques and street art. Dutch capital city has it all. Next time I’ll focus more on food and proper sightseeing. Proper meaning after the season, when the queues to national galleries and museums are shorter than Chinese Wall.
Enjoy the glimpses from my trip and tell me, if You have also fallen hard for A’dam…
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caffeinated and cultural scene. Stay tuned!
I wanted to visit The Barn to find out why THIS PARTICULAR coffee place is so popular among the so-called Hipsters from all over the world.
And honestly – I have no f***ing idea.
I recommend a visit there just to sit upon a good cup of Joe, do some people-watching (yes, I am a friendly stalker.) And for a moment to breathe.
I don’t really get the hype, but hey – as long as there’s coffee, there’s hope.
On 30.01.2017, I had an opportunity to present the cafe and my impressions as an introduction to cupping, held in one of the cafes in Gdańsk – Drukarnia Café (Eng. Printing House) (soon in a separate post). Below is a handful of information about cafes and a short reference to the smoking profiles and flavored coffees.
I had the pleasure of visiting The Coffee Collective for the first time in summer 2014. I lived in Copenhagen during a language course, dormitories were located inappropriately close to Jægersborggade, so consequently it was the place, where you could meet me in my free time.
In 2017 I couldn’t believe my eyes. The tiny café turned into a bigger one, with an extra room in the back of the building. More people to share coffee love with!
I love Silo unconditionally. Therefore I have decided to share some criteria, which I base my opinion on. Roll that post down and share your thoughts!