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Cafe Lang ~ Zürich

November 27, 2021

When you ride your bike for 25 minutes in the cold to get to a place on the other side of the town (while the options you have within a kilometer are remarkable) you know it is worth it. Have you ever felt warm and protected in one of the cafes in the city you live?  Οr maybe in a neighborhood you accidentally visited at one of your…

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Scandinavian Embassy ~ Amsterdam

November 20, 2021

You have of course heard the phrase:“They were the love of my life! “ Perhaps you have said it for someone.What a wonderful phrase. Isn’t it? Well, I’ve only used that phrase once…But for… a cafe.Because my life as a coffee lover has only two parts: The pre-Scandinavian embassy era. And the after-Scandinavian Embassy era. In one of Amsterdam’s most beautiful neighborhoods, De Pijp, where I used to…

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La Stanza ~ Zürich

November 13, 2021

When I moved to Switzerland 12 years ago, I realized almost from the first month that to find very good cafes with excellent quality coffee, you had very few chances. This was of course the problem almost all over Europe. The locals drank their coffee, roasted to the point of being ruined, with tons of cow’s milk or whipped cream. Today things have changed. Some of the most…


The Honey Dreamers Of Andros Island

July 13, 2019

This blog could not start with anything else but Greece. Of course not because I was born there, but because of the previous May, when I had one of the most beautiful travel experiences I have ever lived. The island of Andros is by far one of the most blessed regions of Mediterranean sea. When you find out that one of your favorite photographers is leaving New York…