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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

German bakery


Dortmund, May 2012
German bakeries have yummy food, but since the Euro they are so expansive.

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12 comments:

Sartassa said...

Das wird ganz sicher mein erster einkauf sobald ich wieder in europa bin. ich hoffe die haben richtige mohnschnecken am münchner flughafen :D

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Coffee and pastries -- my kinda' place.

RedPat said...

All the pastries look yummy and huge!

Halcyon said...

Wir haben ein echt Deutsches Backerie hier in Toronto. Und er ist auch teuer, eben in dollars! Aber das Brot ist sehr lecker. :)

Dianne said...

the first shot is a great morning rush for coffee shot

I did some quick conversion of the prices in my head and I think they're pretty much the same as NYC
seems everything is more expensive
they are very large though

Pat said...

Wow! My mouth actually started watering when I saw some of those sweets! Yum!

Lesley said...

your pastries do look bigger than ours.
I love pastries.

Jim said...

Yummy!

Randy said...

I'll take a cookie and some milk!

Luna Miranda said...

these are bit expensive than our bread and pastries. and a lot bigger than ours, too.:p

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Andy said...

Looks very much like a Canadian coffee shop...except for the size of the pastries. In Canada they are much smaller.

Alan said...

Die sind immer noch billiger als Britische Bäckereien! Hier würde man für eine Rosinenschnecke ungefähr £1.95 bezahlen..