What kind of breakfast do you prefer? I’d love to know and if you have recommendations, too For me, “anything” will do, from the few things I like – I’ve already said that I am, unfortunately, a fussy eater. Some years ago I didn’t like to eat in the morning, but it seemed wrong for the body, so then I started having breakfast. Still sometimes I skip it and replace with brunch. I may have cookies, or cold pizza, or bread with avocado and cheese, or a piece of cake. Sometimes I have melon – twice a month? I know – that should be the rule, but changes take time
It’s difficult for me to write about “Food or Places'” recommendations… I seldom do it. I did ithere, and that shows that I only do that when I’m really impressed! Well, now I was Therefore, this post Of course, tastes are different from person to person – those were my favorite breakfasts! And as I said, I gladly accepted recommendations!
1. Hilton Rio de Janeiro Copacabana, Brazil – I used to work for ABN-Amro Bank, so, Dutch. I wrote about this before, the bank used to transfer employees to some cities around the world. I was transferred for 6 months to Rio de Janeiro and enjoyed the hotel – I’m not such a fan of luxury places, I’m not a “hotel snob”, but I grant it was cool. The breakfast really met my taste – cakes galore, scrambled eggs or omelette (staff would prepare that in front of you, as you requested) and so many delicious things. That was great to start the day going to work seeing the sea and having some cakes
2. Starhotels Michelangelo Florence, Italy – Excellent! The hotel was very beautiful and they even had beans for breakfast, croissants and sweets, just what I like Nice to start the day with energy to walk around Florence!
3. Vivaldi Hotel Montevideo, Uruguay – Beautiful rooms and nice breakfast. Nice Uruguayan cheeses and the scrambled eggs were sooo good! Soon I hope to be back there, since I’m planning a South American trip again!
4. The Falstaff Canterbury, England – Literature lovers will recognize that (Sir John) Falstaff is a Shakespeare character in many of his plays. I wrote about Canterbury here, but not about the cozy lovely hotel – as I never do – but well, doing it now The breakfast was a good full English one, adapted to my vegetarian way, and the breakfast room was traditionally furnished, beautiful.
5. Clementine’s Coffee Shop Bewdley – so good, that I am dedicating a post to it! By the way, this is NOT a sponsored post – I just love that place and decided to write about it
I loved the place and friendly, welcoming staff. The owner, Sue, is lovely and she calls me “lovely beautiful lady with sweet soul” I feel humbled and in fact, she is that way! Warm atmosphere in the beautiful Georgian town of Bewdley, England. The lemon drizzle cake, freshly prepared home cooked food for breakfast, lunch or tea – one has to love it! Well presented food and good prices – try the cheese on toast, I love it! They have some floors and garden and you can book them for a party. They are happy to adjust the menu for you, if you want. The vintage boho decoration meets my taste and it’s like walking into a friend’s home; they always chat with you. Worth many visits!
Top, Jaeger. Jeans, Simply Be. Jacket, Fillity. Booties, Louloux. Satchel, LYDC. Headband, I made it :)
I have a “uniform” for week days – jeans, top and I try to add nice details, like this beautiful Amaro necklace