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Commenting article: Downtown Sofia Welcomes Second Starbucks Coffee Shop

Starbucks Coffee International, Inc, an affiliate of the US Coffee giant - the Starbucks Coffee Company, and Marinopoulos SEE BV, through their licensee Marinopoulos Coffee, opened Tuesday a second Starbucks coffee shop in the Bulgarian capital Sofia.

Similarly to the first Starbucks shop, the second one is also located in a key downtown spot - on the corner of "Vasil Levski" Blvd and "Fritjof Nansen" Street, right in front of the National Palace of Culture.
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#1
qwerty - 4 Feb 2009 // 22:23:02

chyauh, thats a good sign of civilization for you:)

#2
xNELLIEx - 4 Feb 2009 // 02:09:06

resi

I love Starbucks coffee, especially the cappuccino. Yum!

#3
resipsaloquitur - 4 Feb 2009 // 02:02:28

YAE...........................Starbucks realy wants BUCKS big as STARS for their



foamcoffee!

DO THEY SELL COFFEE OR FOAM?

And everywhere this ugly GREEN maremaid!

She is supposed to be BLUE as she lives in the OCEAN and not in the jungle!

#4
Kolegialen - 3 Feb 2009 // 22:48:12

Well there you go Contra Costa times!

That means that Americans shouldn't come to BG because we already have Starbucks!
Go find some place that's truly "forgotten" and has no Starbucks's....

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