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Tea and coffee in Salford – a tale of two cities

Salford is a real tale of two cities: the old one we all know from those Lowry prints when it was mills and smoke with bent-over workers; and the new media city, with its 21st century architecture and racy lifestyle. … Continue reading

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What’s going on in Bristol? A modern tea room, an old coffee shop, something big in Small Street?

Bristol was full of unexpected delights. And I’m sure if I’d had even half a day more to look around, I’d have unearthed even more… I’d never been to Clifton before – what a beautiful part of the city! And … Continue reading

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Banter with Barry the Barista in Newry’s nicest coffee shop

It’s nice to have a bit of banter with your barista when you’re getting your coffee first thing in the morning. At Grounded Espresso on Merchants Quay in Newry, if Barry’s around, there’s not much chance of going away with … Continue reading

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