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Got to give it to Guisborough: Its best bits are hidden away

I didn’t think Guisborough had much going for it at first. The high street (called Westgate) has a few cafés, but none of them got my pulse racing. That was only managed by the coffee I tried in one those … Continue reading

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Did they serve good coffee and tea in Dunkeld when it was part of Scotland’s ‘Wild West’?

It’s hard today to think of Dunkeld as a ‘frontier town’, but until they built the bridge and the railway, it must have been pretty similar to how Indiana and Ohio felt to settlers in America. And I suspect they … Continue reading

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The Bold Street Brews – Coffee & tea in Liverpool, anyone?

Bold Street in Liverpool has a bit of a bohemian feel – vintage clothes and record shops line the street. But it also has the best in town for coffee and tea. I’m not sure I’d ever actually walked up … Continue reading

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