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Cozy Railway-Themed Coffee Spots

In the U.S.A., trains date back to the old west and cowboy era, However, during these modern times, wagon trains and railway have inspired many innovations about trails and railways. We can attribute these makeovers to: time, technology and trends. Mass transportation has transitioned from horsepower, locomotion to being propelled by various modern energy sources. […]

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BEAUTIFUL HAWAII CHILLOUT

Newsweek.com Hawaiian music is very calming. Ukuleles with other string and wind instruments are softeners to the soul. Percussions give way to the visualization of cones, fruits, smells of fragrant of Plumeria and other heavenly scents as the waters rise and fall against sea rocks in perfect timing with the rhythm and dances of the […]

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“What Makes An Espresso, So Special?” 

…the thickness of the coffee and specialty brewing methods, are key. Then comes the resulting three dispersed phases and additives (illustrated). Any type of coffee beans can be used to make Espresso. Espresso’s brewing basics and phases are also used for a variety of coffee drinks and cocktails —including caffè latte, cappuccino, caffè macchiato, caffè mocha, flat white, and caffè Americano, […]

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Secrets of Savannah

—–Eating Greens weebly.com timeworn, grey hair hangs curly by your wrinkled sideswhich weave lines much like an old map of forgotten placeslow to the ground as your limbs … VISIT THE CONTINUING, ORIGINAL POST HERE: Secrets of Savannah

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Toasting Your Mornings

10 Toast Toppings to Jazz up Your Morning Got toast? Then you have the makings of a healthy breakfast when you prepare these 10 toast toppings to jazz up your morning. You’ve heard it for years: breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And research suggests there’s truth to that. People who eat […]

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Inspiring Your Coffee Moments

  Featured image Designing Coffee is truly an art of labor and flavor– And it is also an expression of love, from the Barista to the Coffee Drinker! AmericaOnCofee! “Latte art is a method of preparing coffee created by pouring microfoam into a shot of espresso and resulting in a pattern or design on the […]

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“COFFEES FROM AROUND THE WORLD” Which Are The Best?

The Courtesy of Pinterest Every culture has its own taste preference and it’s own traditional method for preparing coffee. You may have considered traveling the world to taste and learn about the fine selection of international coffees. Traveling abroad is no longer necessary to experience theses wonders when, technology, trade shows, marketing have placed the […]

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Sign Your Name | Terence Trent D’Arby

D’Arby, a mega 80’s pop-rock music star whose persona and talent, took flight on the mainstreaming of music videos is still on high. “Sign Your Name”, released as a single in 1987, was written and performed by D’Arby. His 1987 album “Introducing the Hardline According to Terence Trent D’Arby”, was an international success, reaching number […]

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“I Wanna Love Ya” aka:

“Is This Love” is a song by Bob Marley and the Wailers, released on their 1978 album Kaya. The song became one of the best-known Marley songs and was part of the Legend compilation. It peaked at number 9 in the UK charts upon its release in 1978. A live rendition of the song can […]

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Just Because |Lloyd Price

Not entirely content with being a 1950s R&B star on the strength of his immortal New Orleans classic “Lawdy Miss Clawdy,” singer Lloyd Price yearned for massive pop acceptance. He found it, too, with a storming rock & roll reading of the ancient blues “Stagger Lee” and the unabashedly pop-slanted “Personality” and “I’m Gonna Get […]

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Janus Ian | At Seventeen

Born in Farmingdale, New Jersey, Ian entered the American folk music scene while still a teenager in the mid-1960s. Most active musically in that decade and the 1970s, she has continued recording into the 21st century. She has won two Grammy Awards, the first in 1975 for “At Seventeen” and the second in 2013 for […]

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Ann Murray | You Needed Me

Anne Murray released her first album ‘What About Me’ in 1968. She released her second album ‘This Way is My Way’ in 1969. The same year She also recorded the song ‘Snowbird’ by the Canadian songwriter Gene MacLellan. The song became a No.1 hit in Canada. Also, the song hit on the U.S chart. It […]

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“Ventura Highway” by America

Dewey Bunnell, the song’s vocalist and writer, has said that the lyric “alligator lizards in the air” in the song is a reference to the shapes of clouds in the sky he saw in 1963 while his family was driving down the coast from Vandenberg Air Force Base near Lompoc, California, where they had a […]

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