After our run in the park with Mr. Spencer, Mummy took George with her to a meeting while I continued to walk with Agnes.
As they walked along Gloucester Road, Mummy thought how lovely it would be if they could sit down for a coffee in one of the many cafes. And then she spotted this new-ish Italian cafe. She peeked in and asked – “Do you allow dogs?”Well, it never hurts to ask – and the Italians – they welcomed them in wholeheartedly as they would. And when they saw George the guys went all goo-ey eyed – “Ciao! Ciao! Che bellisimo! Come si chiama?”
Mummy answers – “Lui si chiama George (as she pronounces George in her Italian accent!) – come George Clooney!”
Well, I think Brutti & Boni will incentivise Mummy to walk to and from Hyde Park – knowing she can stop on the way for a cup of coffee or even a snack – to replenish. May’s comment: There are many cafes along the way to Kensington Gardens and usually it’s outside seating – not such a good idea in this weather. So Brutti & Boni at 14 Gloucester Road is a fab place to stop – before to garner some strength and after to replenish one’s energy!
In the summer when Darcy and I went walking – we would always stop for a cup of tea or coffee and a piece of cake to “reward” myself – somewhat defeats the idea of burning off calories! LOL!