One of the best cafes I have ever been to was in the small town of Cumbria (pronounced “cot-yow”) on the northern coast of England. I had driven for several hours from Manchester and spent the day exploring Cumbria and the Pennines, and when I finally arrived, I knew I had to try the best canggu cafe Cumbrian Coffee House I had ever seen. After a short wait, I was ushered through to a small room and sat down opposite a burly fellow in a checked shirt and shorts. He looked up at me with a quizzical expression, as if I were a foreign body, and then motioned for me to order something. I took a seat and soon found myself drinking a steaming cup of what appeared to be the best cafe coffee I have ever tasted.
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Within a few moments, I was transported back to my college days, and soon the memories of my stay in University would flood into my consciousness, but this was a pleasant memory and I felt prepared for my cup of coffee. The next couple of hours were uneventful and the atmosphere remained relaxed. By the time I had filled my mug, I was only anticipating the best Cumbrian Coffee House that I could find, so when the waitress brought over the menu and presented it to me, I knew I had made the right decision. I settled back and enjoyed my second cup of what appeared to be the best cafe break I have ever had.
I returned to the hotel the next morning feeling refreshed and ready to face another busy day. While I was there, I also had the chance to sample some of the best breakfast dishes I have ever tasted and my taste buds were assaulted by an array of tempting dishes, from the fresh fruit platters to the warm, golden pancakes. A couple of days later I was back in the area and surprised again by the number of people who were still sleeping on beds, celebrating their recovery from their “vacation”. It is hard to say whether the best Cumbrian Coffee House is a myth or reality, but I do know that now I am always aware of the opportunity to visit before my days out on the town are through.