We walked in and T ordered two cappuccinos.
"What kind of Cappuccino?" the guy behind the counter mumbled at T.
"Er, I don't know, what type of cappuccinos are there? I thought there was only one type." T replied, somewhat thrown at the unexpected question.
The guy behind the counter looked at T, clearly confused. T looked confused back at him.
This baffled-stand-off lasted a minute or so, before the guy conceded and muttered, 'I'll put it through as an expresso cappuccino then?"
"Sounds good." T replied.
"You want it with sugar?"
It was rung through the till, and after all that, when we looked at the receipt we discovered that the guy had only put one drink on our order. So we had to order another cappuccino, but at least this one we could ask for the same and be spared the whole 'type of cappuccino' rigmarole.
When we finally got our drinks, we were a bit wary about what the liquid in the paper cups would actually be. Thankfully, they were both normal cappuccinos, although T's did have sugar in it.
In addition to our coffees, we also bought some TimBits:
We found a mall and had some lunch whilst thawing out, and then went back out into the cold and trudged around Parliament Hill, admiring the magnificent Canadian Parliament buildings before marching back to the car and thawing out again.