1. German Breakfast Gripes - Grounded Traveler
    July 9, 2012 @ 8:01 am

    […] hungry? Check out my look at breakfast across Europe. If you enjoyed this post.. Join the Facebook fanpage or subscribing to Grounded Traveler by […]

  2. American Foods We Can’t Find in Germany » Grounded Traveler
    March 15, 2012 @ 11:32 pm

    […] however you want to call it, we definitely have plenty of it in Germany. Jam on bread is a breakfast staple. There is even pretty good selection of it. In our market, there is several brands and a […]

  3. Places to Eat in Freiburg, Germany » Grounded Traveler
    March 11, 2012 @ 10:14 pm

    […] have outdoor tables and the square makes wonderful people watching. Cafe Legere also has great breakfast […]

  4. 50+ and on the Run
    November 14, 2011 @ 1:27 am

    Although I truly love a big American breakfast (every now and then), I loved having hot soup for breakfast in China. Yum.

    • Andrew
      November 15, 2011 @ 8:21 pm

      What kind of soup? Like chicken soup? I eat an awful lot of odd things, especially for breakfast so I can imagine it. But still the idea of soup for breakfast is odd.

  5. Typically German, yet little known. » Grounded Traveler - Expat Adventures in Germany
    October 26, 2011 @ 6:52 pm

    […] in Germany. Everything from jelly to nutella to meat and cheese can be put inside of one for breakfast. And these are just the standard rolls. Kaiserweckle are flatter and round with a spiral of cuts. […]

  6. Carol
    October 13, 2011 @ 12:21 am

    Not to forget the waffles in Belgium and the Netherlands!

  7. Nadia
    March 25, 2011 @ 12:15 pm

    I’m a big breakfast fan and am off to NYC next week – am so excited, mostly at the thought of blueberry pancakes, American style. Yum!

    • Andrew
      March 26, 2011 @ 11:31 am

      Ooo blueberry pancakes in a NYC cafe sounds great. Enjoy.

  8. Jeremy Branham
    September 21, 2010 @ 9:13 pm

    Andrew, I am not a morning person either. All the way back to my first trip to Estonia, I was the last one to get up and got breakfast on the way out the door. However, my best breakfast experience came in Spain as we spent two hours talking to a couple from Canada (I just wrote about this on GotSaga – Travel lessons from Spain – connecting with others http://su.pr/Ahj0zM). Like you, I LOVE breakfast food! Oh the irony!

    This is one of the reasons I liked Spain. It was a late morning type of place as even the museums didn’t open until 9 or 10. So I can completely relate to your feelings on breakfast, not being a morning person, but how special a breakfast while traveling can be.

    • Andrew
      October 5, 2010 @ 5:25 pm

      I’m not naturally a morning person either, but the tasty breakfast treats help.
      What is Estonian breakfast like?

  9. wanderlass
    September 21, 2010 @ 2:30 pm

    Nice round up! While I only take coffee in the morning at home, I absolutely love breakfast when i travel! I only function partially without coffee so while at it, see what the new city has to offer. I love walking in Paris to buy croissant at the nearby boulangerie. Fun to be blogging about this.

    • Andrew
      October 5, 2010 @ 5:24 pm

      Thanks. I didn’t really go into it so much in the post, but it is cool how much culture is wrapped up and visible in the breakfast habits. The Paris croissant sounds good, especially as early morning is a nice time to wander.

  10. Ali
    September 21, 2010 @ 2:02 am

    I’ve never put this much thought or effort into breakfast when I travel….maybe I need to!

    • Andrew
      October 5, 2010 @ 5:23 pm

      Pancakes and bagels and coke.. mmm breakfast of champions. Bohemian Bagel is the best.