Most of my trips were early in the morning before classes or in the afternoon after classes, depending of my schedule. Since the coffee shop was close to where I lived, I went the same way as I would always do every day. If it was in morning, I would walk there which was 7-10 blocks away and since we’re in fall, the morning were chilly and windy and the coffeeshop was warm. Wh...
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Overall Starbucks is a very popular and the reason behind is obviously the great coffee they served and also the kind of people that visits this coffee shop. This coffee house is really diverse because when you go there you never know what kind of people will be there and what you might see there, because while you’re just waiting in line or sitting you could meet some very interesting people. My short experience observing in Starbucks was interesting and eye opening because there’s many things happening around you and you just don’t noticed, also my curiosity made me interact. There was at times where nothing was happening, but that was because people were busy on their electronic devices. Doing this observation made me realize I should take a time of my day just to sit down because you never know what to expect even in a coffee house.
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