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Date: 10 Sep 2007 15:34:47
From: Brent
Subject: places to get coffee in the US
Hi all,

A friend is travelling to the US soon, and was wondering where to get decent
coffee whilst over there.

Trip as described:

We'll be mainly in an area called Norco which is near Riverside (LA).
We'll spend a few days in San Diego with a weekend trip to about 1 hour
south of the border in Mexico

followed by the next trip will be a drive across to Fort Worth and back.
We'll have
about 5 days there (at a horse show)

any ideas will be appreciated (although not so much by me...)

Brent






 
Date: 16 Sep 2007 09:16:43
From: Brent
Subject: Re: places to get coffee in the US
Thanks for the answers - I have passed them on...

Brent


> Hi all,
>
> A friend is travelling to the US soon, and was wondering where to get
> decent coffee whilst over there.
>
> Trip as described:
>
> We'll be mainly in an area called Norco which is near Riverside (LA).
> We'll spend a few days in San Diego with a weekend trip to about 1 hour
> south of the border in Mexico
>
> followed by the next trip will be a drive across to Fort Worth and back.
> We'll have
> about 5 days there (at a horse show)
>
> any ideas will be appreciated (although not so much by me...)
>
> Brent
>




 
Date: 13 Sep 2007 18:55:23
From: Flasherly
Subject: Re: places to get coffee in the US
On Sep 12, 4:30 pm, wjm4...@gmail.com wrote:
> We'll also be at a horse show in Fort Worth. Can I ask which show it
> is or when?
>
> Anyways, the place that was mentioned in coffeegeeks.com was Panther
> City
> Coffee (www.panthercitycoffee.com)
> It is next toTexas Christian University, which is directly south of
> the Will Rogers Center. I presume this is your friend's show is.
>
> HTH
>
> wj
>
> On Sep 11, 7:44 am, Flasherly <gjerr...@ij.net> wrote:
>
> > On Sep 9, 11:34 pm, "Brent" <m...@privacy.net> wrote:
>
> > > Hi all,
>
> > > A friend is travelling to the US soon, and was wondering where to get decent
> > > coffee whilst over there.
>
> > > Trip as described:
>
> >...
> > > followed by the next trip will be a drive across to Fort Worth and back.
> > > We'll have
> > > about 5 days there (at a horse show)
>
> > > any ideas will be appreciated (although not so much by me...)
>
> > > Brent

Thanks. Sounds like great fun if he (OP) took note. I've only
visited Austin for any length, never FW, sorry to say.



 
Date: 13 Sep 2007 12:19:14
From: Barry Jarrett
Subject: Re: places to get coffee in the US
On Mon, 10 Sep 2007 15:34:47 +1200, "Brent" <me@privacy.net > wrote:


>followed by the next trip will be a drive across to Fort Worth and back.
>We'll have
>about 5 days there (at a horse show)


Bernie is in Las Cruces: Milagro Espresso y Cafe.



 
Date: 12 Sep 2007 13:30:40
From:
Subject: Re: places to get coffee in the US

We'll also be at a horse show in Fort Worth. Can I ask which show it
is or when?

Anyways, the place that was mentioned in coffeegeeks.com was Panther
City
Coffee (www.panthercitycoffee.com)
It is next toTexas Christian University, which is directly south of
the Will Rogers Center. I presume this is your friend's show is.

HTH

wj

On Sep 11, 7:44 am, Flasherly <gjerr...@ij.net > wrote:
> On Sep 9, 11:34 pm, "Brent" <m...@privacy.net> wrote:
>
> > Hi all,
>
> > A friend is travelling to the US soon, and was wondering where to get decent
> > coffee whilst over there.
>
> > Trip as described:
>
>...
> > followed by the next trip will be a drive across to Fort Worth and back.
> > We'll have
> > about 5 days there (at a horse show)
>
> > any ideas will be appreciated (although not so much by me...)
>
> > Brent
>



 
Date: 11 Sep 2007 06:44:37
From: Flasherly
Subject: Re: places to get coffee in the US
On Sep 9, 11:34 pm, "Brent" <m...@privacy.net > wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> A friend is travelling to the US soon, and was wondering where to get decent
> coffee whilst over there.
>
> Trip as described:
>
> We'll be mainly in an area called Norco which is near Riverside (LA).
> We'll spend a few days in San Diego with a weekend trip to about 1 hour
> south of the border in Mexico
>
> followed by the next trip will be a drive across to Fort Worth and back.
> We'll have
> about 5 days there (at a horse show)
>
> any ideas will be appreciated (although not so much by me...)
>
> Brent

On Sep 9, 11:34 pm, "Brent" <m...@privacy.net > wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> A friend is travelling to the US soon, and was wondering where to get decent
> coffee whilst over there.
>
> Trip as described:
>
> We'll be mainly in an area called Norco which is near Riverside (LA).
> We'll spend a few days in San Diego with a weekend trip to about 1 hour
> south of the border in Mexico
>
> followed by the next trip will be a drive across to Fort Worth and back.
> We'll have
> about 5 days there (at a horse show)
>
> any ideas will be appreciated (although not so much by me...)
>
> Brent

I did the same thing a couple times, leaving further up the Central
Valley to stay in Riverside while visiting people;-- San Diego while
visiting a girlfriend's father, Comancheros, even with the hour
alloted Tijuana. Mostly British vehicles, oddly enough: a Snortin'
Norton Commando, and an Austin Marina, both which subsequently broke
at various points before or after a sharp left, cross-country on
Interstate 10. When in Riverside and visiting Norton A.F.B., the
single most astounding impression was the smog from L.A. ("smoke
basin" according Indian lore). Traveling over and across the Sierra
Madres into the hot and dry "painted desert" (sunsets can be
spectacular), a cow can take up to an hundred acres to graze. I also
bicycled portions of the Sierras, again from a Releigh frame I built
up with Italian parts. I should consider the convenience of procuring
a short supply of coffee prior to leaving San Diego by land route.
Fine steakhouses being indeed a quite reasonable expectation, where
perhaps arrangements in a pinch can be made for a special brew.



 
Date: 11 Sep 2007 05:26:27
From: AQ
Subject: Re: places to get coffee in the US
On Sep 9, 8:34 pm, "Brent" <m...@privacy.net > wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> A friend is travelling to the US soon, and was wondering where to get decent
> coffee whilst over there.
>
> Trip as described:
>
> We'll be mainly in an area called Norco which is near Riverside (LA).
> We'll spend a few days in San Diego with a weekend trip to about 1 hour
> south of the border in Mexico
>
> followed by the next trip will be a drive across to Fort Worth and back.
> We'll have
> about 5 days there (at a horse show)
>
> any ideas will be appreciated (although not so much by me...)
>
> Brent

San diego coffee, Lets see Caffe Calabria and Pannakin Coffee and Tea
come to mind.
Norco: The famous Coffee Klatch is in Rancho Cucamonga about 20 min
from norco http://klatchroasting.com/content/view/25/51/

I don't know anything about texas, but if you take the 10 you go
through New Mexico.. Isn't that where Bernie is?

Arturo (long time lurker signing off)