In the upper left you can see one of the original “mini” cars parked in a way that only a mini can. That McDonald’s in the upper right was a “large” coffee… not large enough for me. We watched “Jersey Shore” with French language overdubs – can you believe that someone in France wakes up in the morning with the official job of translating “Snooki”? In the lower right there was a model right in the middle of the busiest street, doing a photo shoot.
Upper left – the place advertises itself as Lenny Kravitz’s favorite falafel stand. I saw a line of the old Citroen convertibles out for a weekend drive. Starbucks had people sitting outside like a French cafe.
This one is for our friend Gerry from Valparaiso Indiana. There is a cafe chain in Paris called “Indiana Cafe” and they serve Tex-Mex food, check out their site, and no I can’t figure out the connection, either. In the middle the translation for environmentalists was “tree hugger”, an excellent translation. They had a bird cage outside the window, which seems like a big tease.
In the lower left is one of those cooler old French cars with the rear wheel covered and I hope you don’t have to change the tire. We had a very friendly cat follow us and apparently a goat with goiter.
Cross posted at LITGM