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Tea at the ritz, London. this was the loveliest tearoom and the food was exceptional!

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This shop window has a good use of typography which is laid out well and is easy to read. It also uses a different range of type for each line so that it doesn't appear jumbled.

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Do you know what a doppio is? I personally haven't seen this on a menu at any nearby coffee shops here in southern California but that doesn't mean it doesn't sound good. I would love an espresso topped off with MORE espresso! Who knew it had such a silly-sounding but somehow awesome name?

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from Mail Online

Sweeps, nomads, quacks and crawlers: The exotic down and outs of Victorian London captured on camera in the 1870s

FASCINATING PICTURES: Sweeps, nomads, quacks and crawlers: The exotic down and outs of Victorian London captured on camera in the 1870s (images by the late John Thompson http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Thomson_(photographer) now at the Bishopsgate Institute, London, England http://www.bishopsgate.org.uk/)

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Street cafe in Marktplatz, Cochem, Rhine Valley, Germany (by mitko_denev). This is seriously the best way to travel.. Forget the tourist attractions; experiencing the culture and the daily lives of The People is the best.

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'The Polly Tearooms' in Salisbury, Wiltshire. Net curtains, stainless steel teapots, doilies and a cake counter ~ ‘The Polly’ is a traditional English Tearoom, a pleasant place for an afternoon cuppa (with fresh cake, naturally) both inside or on a terrace beside St Thomas’s church.

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from Foursquare

Mathallen Oslo

Mathallen is a big beautiful food hall on the west side of Grünerløkka, full of sandwich shops, restaurants, delis, coffee, groceries, ice cream, and more. I was told that the chicken sandwich from Stangeriet was one of the best (and cheapest) in the city, and I can verify it was delicious. Eat in the hall or take food to go and eat outside by the nearby stream.

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