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Topic: My URL, location etc. (3 msgs / 116 lines)
1) From: Owen O'Neill
Apologies to all for mentioning my travel related espresso webs site
and not having the URL visible.  Yahoo mail is supposed to append a
signature to my email that includes the URL but it didn't happenhttp:///espressotravelguide.comNot much there right now except for my Cozumel Cappuccino trip treport
and the Latte Art Gallery (for which I'm actively seeking submissions).
 I need to learn more HTML and some basics of MySQL database
manipulation before I really make the sitre do what it's intended to do
but as with roasting....  the journey is fun.
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In regards to my location just outside NYC.....
John said 
"that would be on a day when the tunnel is open, security forces 
aren't
slowing the flow, and there isn't a wreck or fire in the tunnel.   Too 
many
of us have been there to get excited about your 15 minutes - it will 
take
longer than that to find a place where you can park - and expect most 
of
your car to still be there when you return.
I'll take my life in the slow lane, where people are more important 
than
anything - and fun in the sun runs a close second."
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Living here full time helps - I know what times of day to avoid the
tunnel and I also know "the back route" that assures me of gettign into
midtown Manhattan in no more than 45 minutes on the worst day.
As for friendly people....  they're in abundance in NYC but North
Jersey is a unique experience whose primary merit is location.
Micro-roaster in Jersey City?  I'd love it!  There is Empire Coffee and
Tea in Hoboken (and Manhattan) but they don't even offer an espresso
blend.
Owen O'Neill
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2) From: espresso gin
Owen:
Great site, fell in love with the pictures right away.
One of my favorite places is on the Left Bank, across the Quay from Notre
Dame around the corner from the old Emerelda Hotel and the bookstore.
Your frontpage brought it back so quickly this morning.
ginny

3) From: John Abbott
Owen, Fabulous site and the pictures!!  I am so humbled by some of the Latte
art that I'll never show mine in public :O) I have some incredible memories
of both NYC and New Jersey. I installed the computer in the stock exchange
at 480 Canal street, and so spent some long days and nights in the city.
Cherry Hill was where I learned semiconductor theory and since there wasn't
a lot to do in Cherry Hill we ran all over the state - best kept secret...
North NJ.  Some great restaurants and some of the most humorous folks on the
coast.
For those of you who clicked and didn't go anywhere on the link below -
remove one of the back-slashes and your there!
John


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