Breakfasts in travel
• Breakfast in travel
Good morning! I love breakfast and I love to travel to breakfast not in the hotel. Firstly, it is an opportunity to learn about the best of local culinary traditions, and secondly - to observe people and their habits. Breakfast, for example, in Paris, and watch the queue for baguettes or so, as the French dunk a croissant in his coffee. In Italy you will see how carefully spoon Italians eat foam on a cappuccino. In Spain proniknesh after the local flavor of toast with tomatoes and coffee with milk.
So today I want to show you their breakfasts of travel the last few years
Parisian breakfast - one of my favorites. Usually it is coffee with milk, croissants and a small baguette with butter and jam. This breakfast was shot in Les Deux Magots, the famous cafe on the Boulevard Saint-Germain. Will be there for breakfast - take one breakfast for two, for these baskets of pastries really great.
Excellent breakfast in Israel! Usually at breakfast bring eggs (usually Shakshuk - scrambled eggs with lecho type sauce), fresh pita bread and a bowl with a variety of spreads: cheese, tuna, butter, spreads, plus there are always olives. Breakfast, which is a photo taken in Benedict cafe in Tel Aviv, which only serves breakfast 24 hours a day. Here toast with salmon and poached egg, bread with butter and chocolate paste, fresh orange juice, coffee. Time was, in my opinion, three hours of the day. If you're in Tel Aviv in the summer or in the spring, do not miss the opportunity to have breakfast in one of the beach cafes, sitting at a table, facing directly on the sand.
But Turkish breakfast I do not like, but this one, which we have prepared with my dad at the hotel in Cirali Almira, was delicious! Homemade yogurt, fresh pomegranate juice, fresh cheese, honey or jam, watermelon, puff pastry with cheese and herbs, tea in small glasses, nuts - it was very tasty!
And here's what a breakfast in one of the tourist cafes in the center of Istanbul: some vegetables, tasteless sausage, slice of cheese, jam and honey. Behind the scenes - coffee and bread. In Istanbul, by the way, I have not yet been able to find a delicious breakfast.
Turkish tea - fixed part of a traditional breakfast. Instead of tea, you can ask for Turkish coffee or if you eat breakfast in the touristic area, a more traditional option for Europeans like cappuccino or latte.
An Italian breakfast - one of the most favorite! Italians eat breakfast modestly, mostly coffee and a croissant. Breakfast is quite early - many run up for his cappuccino in a bar at 8 am, before going to work. However, and dinner in Italy earlier, at 12:30 already all chewed. Cappuccino, by the way, drink in the morning, well, or at least in the afternoon, to ask the cappuccino after dinner - an insult to the cook and to show that the food was completely inedible.
Another Italian breakfast. The first was shot in Verona, the second - in Rome. The difference, as you see, no.
A traditional English breakfast - scrambled eggs, sausage, mushrooms, potatoes and grilled tomato. It may also include beans and black pudding. I do not like the British breakfasts, they are too heavy for me.
Another breakfast in London - bread, jam, butter, coffee. Every day at breakfast would be so!
The Viennese breakfast. Usually this is coffee, bread, jam, boiled egg and butter, but in every cafe is bound to have toast with ham and cheese, which I love very much to accompany the freshly squeezed orange juice.
To the coffee in Vienna definitely bring a glass of water, and the Viennese water can be drunk straight from the tap, so it is clean.
The multinational Berlin breakfast variety, but the most common version of "Coffee + pastries."
Basis Melbourne breakfast - coffee. It is in Melbourne the most delicious in the world after Italy's coffee, and do breakfast like Italian, include croissants and other pastries puff pastry. But Australia would not have been Australia, if it was impossible to find a breakfast of different countries.
Another Australian breakfast, this time filmed in the Hunter Valley. Fresh juices and fruits, sweet puff pastry, quiches with vegetables and cheese, eggs - he did so in order to please a variety of guests.
In every trip I'm looking for the best places for breakfast, using a guide or just typing in Google something like "best breakfast in ...", and then choose the ones that I liked the most.
Do you have breakfast like?