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Why We're Right To Prefer Chain Coffee Shops Over The Indies.

The spread and popularity of Britain’s chain coffee shops would be nothing without its counterpart – the independents. With every clean-cut Costa, Caffe Nero, and Starbucks store you see, there’s likely to be a cozy little hole in the wall nearby, offering a very different experience. 534 more words


Two Dogs. Two Dudleys

In this particular week, the ‘Stare of the Dog’ was spotted glancing up at me from the other side of a body board, for Dudley had gamely decided to join us in the surf. 811 more words

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Thursday's Doors - Brotherly Love, Adelphi Bank, Liverpool

I had just finished a blog about the Adelphi Bank and its Brotherly Love Doors when I came upon Norm 2.0’s Thursday’s Doors.

So I thought I’d pull out a few of the photos and included them into this post. 70 more words


Coffee shops and non-dairy milks

I applaud how many non-dairy milks are offered by coffee shops these day, even tiny ones offer soya milk at least.

However – there’s always a however, now – they don’t all offer unsweetened non-dairy milks. 358 more words

Cafe Nero's Friendly Doors

The Cafe Nero in Castle Street, Liverpool used to be the home of the Adelphi Bank. Founded in 1862 and named after the Greek word for brothers or siblings.  1,154 more words