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Diana, your article is dreamy. I want to be in Italy right now having a cup of coffee.Love,Amy
I lived in Italy for an all to brief stint. In my opinion, Italians TRULY know how to take a coffee break.
I would prefer one in Rome's Trastevere, at Campo in Siena or under Piazza Michelangelo in Florence (coffee there is just the best and you get it for just one euro). Italian coffee culture is my ultimate love. And coffee too :)
ooo i love it! i haven't gotten a chance to read the full article yet (it's time to go to the park!), but i can't wait to. i have been thinking the entire day about the what press pot i am going to buy in the VERY near future. xo
Fabulous article, Diana! I loved it and tweeted it! xo
that looks so relaxing!
Thank you so much, Caroline:) So sweet of you!
Toally agree, Sara and how fun that you lived in Italy.
Mmm..that sounds fantastic, Nika:) Next time I'm in Rome, I will check out that place for sure. Thanks!
I need an Italian coffee break pronto! Love the site. xo
coffee breaks in italy are the best :)
a well written piece Diana! I love the moka pot, I have one in my kitchen counter, and the aroma, you are right is just amazing!
Thank you, Elisa. Glad you enjoyed it and I'm also totally smitten with the Moka pot:)
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