This coffee was so large that it didn't really come in a cup. It was more like a bowl--a big soup bowl, with no handles. I had to pick it up with both hands to drink it.
My only complaint is that with every regular-sized cup of coffee that I've ordered over here, I've gotten a regular-sized cookie; so one would think that with this große-sized cup, there would be a große-sized cookie as well. Wouldn't one? But look at that tiny cookie on the spoon, and note how disproportionately small it is next to my VAT of coffee!
But I really can't complain. A tiny cookie is better than no cookie at all!
I leisurely sipped my coffee, while reading my Kindle book and taking breaks to people-watch. (It was very busy out on the square.)
After I left the cafe, I stopped in at a little clothing boutique and spotted a pale green crepe blouse on sale for 2.99. (1 euro = 1.13 US dollars these days, so that's still pretty cheap!) It was St. Patty's Day...and the blouse was green...and I would have lost money if I hadn't bought it at that price...so guess who has a new blouse?
Well, maybe not. But I think I'm going to get a lot of wear out of them all the same. I wore them today for Palm Sunday Mass, as a matter of fact.
Did you see what I did there? That's right, this here is a What I Wore Sunday post! And if you'd like to see what some other lovely ladies wore, head on over to Fine Linen and Purple!