Travel Tips & Trip Ideas Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Travel Tips & Trip Ideas activity »
  1. 1 http://www.nutritionfit.org/hl-slim-pro/
  2. 2 Honeymoon destination help!!!!!
  3. 3 Babymoon destination. HELP!!
  4. 4 Greece-Paros or Meteora?
  5. 5 New Traveller
  6. 6 Terrified traveller
  7. 7 Early trip planning
  8. 8 Is it necessary to learn native language of the country, where travelling?
  9. 9 First time travelling outside the USA
  10. 10 First time traveler
  11. 11 Camera recommendations for wildlife photography
  12. 12 Help Selecting Destination for 40 Birthday Group Trip
  13. 13 Why Do A Cycling Tour?: A review of various tour companies and general tips
  14. 14 Accommodation San Sebastian
  15. 15 Tips on itinerary for 2 weeks in Puerto Rico
  16. 16 Traveling to NW Italy (Aosta)
  17. 17 SIXT car rental in US
  18. 18 Chef for Turks and Caicos
  19. 19 3 weeks in Siena Italy
  20. 20 April - Crete v Canaries? & Pregnant!
  21. 21 Visit to usa
  22. 22 insect repellent bracelets
  23. 23 Top travel destinations 2017
  24. 24 Your Favorite Rain coat?
  25. 25 Best place in March to travel with kids
View next 25 » Back to the top

making coffee in the room

Jump to last reply

I'm going to Portugal this year. Like most of the rest of Europe, the smaller hotels (generally) don't have coffee makers in the rooms, and I don't really want to spend 15 euros at breakfast each day just to get my coffee. So I've decided to sacrifice some valuable packing space to bring along my own. My initial idea is to bring along a small hot pot (Rival makes one that weighs very little), and a Melitta cone. But I am aware that there are also travel coffee makers, and even little immersion units. I would appreciate some suggestions from those of you who own either of these gadgets, or even if you have a better idea!

34 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement