Friday, October 2, 2009

Sweet, sweet cat!



Are emerging in Rio several tea houses and candy stores, where you can take a good tea or coffee and eat some delicious sweets. We have already shown some here.


This, Mme Kohler, close to home, not so new, but last weekend was the first time we visited. Always impressed me the cat in the window. I think the sensational! Moreover, their candies are fabulous and appetizing.


However, it seems that Ms. Kohler likes cats!


Estão surgindo no Rio diversas casas de chá e lojas de doces onde se pode tomar um bom chá ou café e comer alguns doces deliciosos. Já mostramos algumas aqui.


Esta, a Mme Kohler, perto de casa, não é tão nova, mas neste fim de semana foi a primeira vez que a visitamos. Sempre me impressionou o gato na vitrine. Eu o acho sensacional! Além disso, os doces são fabulosos e apetitosos.


No entanto, parece que Mme Kohler gosta mesmo é de gatos!




















2 comments:

  1. We have a strong tea-time culture, but mostly at home. Tea houses already had their golden time, but due to Starbucks, people are forgetting them (though there is a revival thanks to ice cream parlors with exotic flavours). Those pastries look really good despite I don't like marzipan.

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  2. Just wanted to say congratulations on the win for the 2016 Olympic bid.

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