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cafe life *copenhagen*

7 January 2013

I’m in love with the notion of cafes being a place of community, food inspiration, cultural enrichment, sharing quality meals and precious time, slowing down, long conversations and goal-setting sessions, serendipitous meetings, havens for creating, reading and watching, and marking special and daily life moments.

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5 Responses
  1. January 8, 2013

    It´s like a ritual for my girlfriend and I to go to a cafe every saturday and sunday (about 2-3 pm because she is a little lazy to wake up) on a sunny day. We use to go to the same cafe lately (Cafe Martínez) and then we go to walk and to choose another place to change the landscape. We always sat outside, because of our dog (a Shih Tzu named Otxi) and escaping from the crows inside. Sometimes I take a book with me too. In those moments I found peace and time to think, think about the week that is behind and the days that are ahead. Thanks for your comment!

  2. January 8, 2013

    Hello you! I am just catching up on comments and was so happy to see yours. I have been so behind on blogging and social media in general these last few months, so please forgive my delay in responding. I hope you’re doing well!

  3. Megan permalink
    January 8, 2013

    Having just farewelled our Danish cousins I sat down on this too-scorchingly-hot Sydney afternoon to look at some blogs recommended by Just a Little Less. One of the names seemed familiar – was it featured on Miss Minimalist and she came from Sydney too and I’d always meant to follow up?
    Familiar scenes of Copenhagen, Paris, (we dined at Le Comptoir too and stayed in the adjoining hotel!) and New York etc were captured so beautifully and as I read each and every post the talent, humour, sensitivity and wisdom of the author had me laughing and weeping in turns.
    You are half my age but are an inspiration none the less and your blog is now in my (small and select!!!) favourites list. Thank you for all the exquisite photos and insightful words – I’m looking forward to seeing many more.

  4. January 10, 2013

    me too….love cafes. a lovely collection you have put together. wish I could just hop over and join you for a coffee (or tea, perhaps)!

  5. January 14, 2013

    Beautiful observations about time spent in cafes. I always look forward to a weekend breakfast at a cafe.

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