Here they are, the striking bears. I don’t know how they feel about their pensions and retirement at 62, but they certainly are worried about real estate speculation of their caves!
I found this cute set up in a window of a local business/community outreach/neighborhood association called Microlithe in the 20th arrondissement of Paris.
A view of the Eiffel Tower from the Avenue du Président Wilson exactly here. August 2010.
I am mostly putting this photo here so you know what this post is not going to be about.
The past month I spent more time than I really want to think about researching and constructing 100 word descriptions about the top sites and points of interest in Paris, France. One hundred of these 100 word descriptions later, I am a little sick of Paris, to be truthful. Continue reading
Categories: Cross-Cultural Living, Ghetto Paris Living, Paris Blogging, Paris Monuments
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I’ve been plotting a post for days. Numerous posts, in fact. I have wanted to update on my journey to Versailles and my outing with the very kind, interesting, and erudite Peter of Peter’s Paris, not to mention the various tidbits I have come across on the ‘net which have intrigued me, made me laugh, or made me think. I’ve wanted to share all of these things, and then Mother Nature comes along and trumps ALL of the post ideas, and gives me this:
Our First Snow
I was in bed still at about 8:10 in the morning. PJ had just left for work, I was re-reading Sarah Turnbull’s book about being an Australian expatriate in Paris, Almost French, I catch a glimpse out of the bedroom window and see white, fluffy flakes falling from the sky!
Categories: Cross-Cultural Living, Life in Paris, Paris Blogging, Personal Life
Tags: 19th arrondissement, Blogging, Blogs, daily life in paris, Leader Price/Poor People Store, Paris Daily Life, paris out my window, snow in Paris