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No rain in Spain, but lots of tea these days

We’re just back from five days in Northern Spain, mostly checking out old haunts from when I lived there 32 years ago, but taking a look at the coffee and tea scene too. Not a drop of rain fell in … Continue reading

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Would Drake have beaten the Armada out of Plymouth if he’d been lounging around the tea rooms and coffee shops they have in town today?

Plymouth may have been virtually flattened in the Blitz, but it’s still got its Elizabethan tea rooms and the coffee isn’t bad either! I’d only ever been to Plymouth before for work events; the kind of visits where you see … Continue reading

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Prague: the perfect place for tea and coffee lovers to spend a few days

Whether it’s tea that tickles your taste buds or it’s coffee you crave in the morning, Prague is well worth a visit. The great thing about seeking out the best places in any town or city for a good cuppa … Continue reading

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