|'Where I've Lived', Anne S. Ditmeyer, Prêt-à-Voyager|
|Image: Jose Bernad, Travel+Leisure.com|
Hmmm, a clue! Mr M don't be clicking any links, now..!
The course commenced today and to make sure I was wasn't at all distracted to properly digest the course outlines I made the most of the glorious day and rode Vera (my bike) over to Café Craft by the canal, to join other mid-day workers for some computer and caffeine time.
Complete with a long shared table, divided by lamps and power outlets and decorated with pencils and pens, and a 'work formula' of two coffees or coffee and cake for 7€, customers can settle in to work away independently in unison. At the back of the cafe they have set up a boardroom-type atmosphere screened off from the rest of the cafe for privacy and lockers are scattered all over the place for customers' piece of mind. It was the perfect environment to kick-start my project and I'll probably be heading back before the week's out.
here and sign up! While I'd love to have you sit alongside me mapping at Café Craft, it'll be fun to join you in class all the same and be able to encourage you along with your own crafty project! So don't be tardy, and attend!
Map Design: Learn to Communicate Places Beautifully
Online map creation course run by Anne Ditmeyer, Prêt-à-Voyager
Until March 11
24, rue des Vinaigriers, 10e
Mon - Sat: 9h - 19h, Sun: 10h 19h
** I didn't take any pics of the shared spaces as they were full of people working and I wished to respect their privacy but if you head to the site linked above there is an image gallery of the cafe, including pics of all their work tables.