A Frenchie with German blood who likes to travel.
Are all of these on your fridge? We used to have quite a collection. I don't know what happened to them. I'll have to ask Lois. These look like collector's items.
@ Lowell: this is merely the average Made in China crap that is sold to tourists... I don't buy any of Paris, lol but I do buy some when travelling!
I like them - often buy one when travelling and can find something interesting:)Seems that Che is popular in Paris!
This is really special and original in Paris.
Ah, quite convenient souvenirs to carry in the baggage and distribute back home... :) Even though made in China, like, mmmmm, pretty much everything else.God bless you!Cezar
The ones with the Guevara guy are hilarious...
Bonjour, mon amie. (Is that correct?)Anyway, re your question about Lois' photo on The Villages: No flashlight although flashlights can be used to sort of paint the foreground - but she just used the flash on her camera (a Nikon D40). Came out rather well, I thought!Hope you're having a great day!
Even this makes me miss your wonderful city!
Che Guevara et le Moulin rouge, à part la couleur...quel grand écart !Roger
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