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Old 05-23-2011, 08:51 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by catkin View Post
Right that's that problem solved, now, how do I get a decent cup of coffee?!

Although I don't mind drinking medium stength white coffee once in a while at the end of a meal or at someone's house I don't find it thirst quenching in the same way as I do my 'normal' coffee which I take weak, black and with cold water instead of the milk - me fussy?
Even in this country it's hard enough to find - but on the continent?! Can anyone remember if there are any hot water dispensers in the restaurant (we're staying in HNY) as I didn't find any last time and after a few days I was desperate for a cup. We will ask for a kettle in the room but it would be nice to find some to have with a meal.
I find the black coffee that you buy in the parks weak. Especially in the Cable Car Bake Shop, it's stronger in the Studios at Blockbuster Café but you are looking for the weak sort

If you in a restaurant that serves you a cup of coffée as opposed to a paper goblet type thingy ask for a café allongé and un verre d'eau. Then you will get a watered down expresso in a large cup and you can pour some of the cold water from the glass into further diluting it and cooling it at the same time

Same thing can be obtained at Starbucks and even at McDo, though at McDo you won't need the verre d'eau in the coffée as it's pretty weak as it is
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