Warsaw, capital city of Poland. The biggest, the busiest and the most caffeinated one. STOR cafe, located in a quite hipstery district Powiśle serves not only high-quality beverages, but also shows Polish approach to international design. With its high windows, pastel/ earthy colors and generally unpretentious, though snug and cozy design makes you want to stay here for a little longer than one cup. You’d better take a book or a friend. Continue reading “STOR, Warsaw”
I love to travel. I love coffee and I love people (that one is sometimes questionable, though). But I also lololove to enjoy little things (yups, boys, you’ve heard me – size doesn’t matter) and every-day life. So after a quite busy schedule – a little cup of joy at one of my favorite coffeespots at home feels just comforting. Especially when in good company and in pleasant surroundings. Welcome to Kołobrzeg’s
black pearl – Coffeedesk. Continue reading “Coffeedesk, Kołobrzeg, Poland”
Fábrica Coffee Roasters is definitely my favorite one in Lisbon. Design, locations, taste and general vibe makes my heart skip a beat and my face hurt.
This time the post will be little different, because sometimes words are very unnecessary…
Miradouros, pasteis de nata,
those handsome Joãos, sun and most beautiful architecture accompanied by tasty coffee brewed by Copenhagen Coffee Lab and local food? Not enough? Read along and tell me how you feel…
Bertrand was recognized in 2010 as the world’s oldest (still open) bookshop in the world by the Guinness World Records. Last time we visited a coffee place with some home touch, this time it’s time for Portugal. But hey… that’s not the end, so stay updated with my coffee trip du Lisbon.
Bom dia and welcome to Café Bertrand.
This time we meet near the Acropolis in the Greek capital Athens. Short stay, though intense. Today I present you The Underdog, a cafe by day and a cocktail bar in the evening.
Read along to see what distinguishes it from the other European cafes these days…
After Amsterdam and London, there come the time for northern coffee tastes. Sweden, homeland of fika, tradition comparable to English five o’clock, though coffee edition and without any time references.
As long as the cup is full, there’s fika.
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.
As I wrote in the previous post – Amsterdam hides lots of mysterious kinky places. Just turn in one of the small streets near the Main Train Station and let your feet lead you. You won’t get lost as the streets are designed like a checkerboard.