Strada Cafe With an hour to kill before my museum of choice for the day opened, I guessed that coffee and breakfast would be a decent idea. After a little wander, I alighted upon Strada Cafe on Rue du Temple. It looked promising so I popped in. Set up for in a familiar style well …

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Twinkie

Twinkie When you wake up in Paris with a considerable hunger, for whatever reason, examples of which could include a large hangover or a mild to moderate hangover, one has to face the reality that substantial and hearty breakfast is not something done particularly well in western continental Europe unless your hunger manifests as a …

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Özsüt

Özsüt Istanbul! My arrival in the city where Europe meets Asia marked the completion of my circumnavigation of the globe. It had taken me the best part of five months and had been entirely glorious. As usual, my time in the city was mainly focussed on catching up with friends so I spent rather more …

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IHOP

IHOP For our last meal on this leg of my journey, MJ and I headed for late breakfast/early lunch at IHOP, the International House of Pancakes. Upon arrival, we were shown to a booth table then brought coffee and water, featuring a coffee mug with a lipstick mark from the previous user of the cup …

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Waffle House The mini odyssey of southern chain eateries gathered pace at a much-revered classic, Waffle House. Fans of Anthony Bourdain will remember the episode where Sean Brock took Tony to Waffle House as part of his introduction to Charleston. The place is open 24 hours making it a popular post-bar and hangover location, so …

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