It is now well and truly summer! Schools have broken up, legal summer schedules have come into force (like: not allowed to put rubbish/trash out between 8 and 20:00, and anyone in the building trade is not allowed to work after 3 pm) and clubs have all closed for the summer.
I have said goodbye to my fellow embroiderers earlier and Friday was our last day at the gym. We finished a bit earlier that day and we all went for breakfast at a nearby bar.
There's yours truly sitting on the right.
The Spanish breakfast is a toasted baguette with olive oil and crushed sieved tomatoes (and some salt).
This was my breakfast. I enjoyed it as at home I don't usually have this.
I'm joining Bluebeard and Elizabeth at T for Tuesday, where we can post anything that has a drink in it. Well, my drink is coffee this morning. I'm not a lover of milky coffee like the other ladies, so I'm having café cortado, which has a splash of milk in it.
The bar is decorated in a typical Andalucian way. Look at the beautiful tiles and the typical curtains:
I love the tradidional cut glass lamps. I have one in our stairway, but with normal glass (not colored).
You are right if you guessed it came from Russia. The city is Kostroma, which lies about 350 km northeast of Moscow. The building on the picture is part of the Ipatievski monastery, the 17th century Trinity Cathedral.
This is the tiny stamp (I'd never seen this one before):
Juliya writes:"Do you have good summer days? Hope you do, because in central part of Russia it's only +10 in the 11th of June!" I would happily send her some sunshine and warm weather if I could!
Have a fab Tuesday and a blessed week,