My advice, Sofi? Try going at a time of day that isn't around any sort of 'rush hour.' For example, not at a time when people might be stopping in there on their way to work, and not at lunch time. Then you might be able to avoid some of the crowds. Then again, since the Starbucks is so new to your area, it might be crowded for a while, until it becomes normal for it to be there and the novelty has worn off.sofilps wrote:Next Tuesday morning I'm going to Starbucks, when every teenager in Buenos Aires is at school and only the working people are on the streets! hahaha.
I'm not a coffee kind of gal, but I do enjoy their Chai Tea Latte (which is chai tea with various spices and steamed milk--yummy!). I also like their hot cocoa (or hot chocolate, depending on what they name it). And of course if they have some sort of fruit smoothie, that's great for me! Anyway, have fun!
Cool! I'm excited to try making your recipe! Thanks, Sofi!sofilps wrote:Sherry, the PM is on your way.