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Coffee in Europe

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I have a health condition where I need to drink regular American coffee (normally iced), not espresso-based coffee, daily. I've been studying abroad in London and been able to get by on my usual Starbucks iced coffee (although most baristas here actually seem blindsided by the concept and I have to walk them through it) but I'm going to be in Paris, Spain and Italy for the next month and I think they only have espresso coffee over there.

Does anyone know where and/or how to find American filter coffee throughout southern Europe?

I'm going to be staying with my girlfriend's relatives for a couple weeks and they might have a coffee machine I can use to brew my own coffee but I'm nervous for when we're staying at hostels or cheap motels.

Thanks!

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