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Daci and Daci Pastries

Hobart: Best Bakery

Close to the Saturday Salamanca Market and the catamarans to MONA, the chic European bakery, Daci and Daci, sells perfect picnic ingredients, or paper bags full of pastries to take home.

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Soup - The Court Café, British Museum

London: Eating at the British Museum

There is real magic to be found in the museum, though – and it’s hidden on the ground floor.

The Court Café, a family-friendly café is great for grabbing a quick bite to eat or a coffee during your Museum visit.

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Afternoon Tea - The Recency Tea Rooms

Bath: Regency Tea Rooms

Staff at the tea rooms, are dressed in full regency regalia, taking you a step back in time, while enjoying a delightful range of loose leaf teas, coffees, sandwiches, snacks and sweets.

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Running Duck - Geraldine

Geraldine: Running Duck Cafe

Quirky cafes are a traveller’s friend. Offering a whimsical touch of local humour and hospitality as well as the traveller’s must-haves: oh so precious wifi and generous amounts of caffeine.

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Wetherspoon - Breakfast Bagel

Brighton: Wetherspoon

Start the day right with American-style filter coffee and anything from fruit, to pancakes, to the national dish. If hotel breakfast isn’t your thing, and you don’t want to eat in your Air BnB, think about breakfast at Wetherspoon.

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