Drink coffee in French. Image: livinglanguage.com
By Baliview at 5:21 AM Bali, cafe, cafe in french, coffee, coffee history, coffee shop, drink coffee, french, love, Paris, politic No comments
If you want to drink coffee outside the home, whether you are going to drink coffee in the coffee shop or at a fancy cafe? It's Difficult to say where we will get a nice cup of hot coffee. Each person has their own reference. Before you step into a coffee shop, perhaps you would imagine a delicious coffee, friendly service, good atmosphere, so you feel satisfied.
If you could walk into a country or city, if you will also find a well-known coffee shop there or you prefer the coffee shop of a franchise that had also been there in your town? Of course you have to imagine the same sense, as a franchise product must be the same throughout the world. Each franchise has a system and expects the same services wherever they are.
I suggest you to visit a local coffee shop that is not associated with any franchise, except the coffee shop are not in your town. It’s Certainly interesting to try its flavor.
By Baliview at 7:52 AM 7 election, America, coffee, cup, Indonesia, Obama, politic, president, Romney, white house No comments
Politicians would also like to drink coffee. Is there any serious relationship between politics and a cup of coffee? This could happen in the U.S. when Obama and Romney battle to win the oval room in the White House.
You do not need to bother with the survey because the survey embarrassing. When there gubernatorial elections in Jakarta, Indonesia, candidate for governor who won the polls in the various surveys, it did not managed to win the governor's seat.
Let's look at a unique survey conducted by Franchise 7-Eleven.
Coffee drinkers who buy caffeinated beverages at 7-Eleven store chain have successfully predicted the presidential winner since 2000. Through the program "7-Election", franchised stores that offer the voters an opportunity to support their favorite candidate by choosing blue glasses for President Barack Obama and a glass of red for Republican challenger Mitt Romney.