Sunday, December 26, 2010

XVI Avenue

France, Part III: One of the pleasures of Paris is sitting by the street outside a bistro in the evening, while watching the world go by. Fortunately, we managed to savor this during autumn, before the recent snowstorms struck.

A bit of booze is all we need. Louis de Saucy rose, orange juice & Gosset brut. Cheers!

XVI Avenue,
Paris.

18 comments:

  1. Ah... a boozy, autumnal Paris afternoon. Now, that's the life! :D

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  2. I want to go paris too. :( oui oui.

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  3. Boooo. You r making me miss Paris so
    much :(

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  4. lfb: yeah, i'm not sure i ever wanna go there and freeze during winter! i'm gonna try to make sure that i'm only ever in europe in spring and fall :D
    michelle: hope u get that opportunity really soon!
    j: heheh, i'm making myself miss it too! then again, maybe not, since i'm not a fan of paris compared to several other european cities...

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  5. You are making me miss Paris so
    much too :(

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  6. SUMMER! Europe during summer is so amazing! It's the best season lah!

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  7. nicotinegum: it'll be springtime soon! u can go then! (well, theoretically anyway)
    lfb: so hot lah! i like a bit of cool air tickling my face while i'm strolling down the streets :D

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  8. Hot is good! Isn't that how you like your dishes and, uhm, your dishy objects of desire? Tee hee.

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  9. lfb: actually hor, even when we were here in early autumn, there were still many bare-chested tourists sunbathing in the park near the eiffel tower. i guess u'd have lingered there (or joined them!) :D

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  10. Uhm, I only sunbathe during summer la. Autumn, even if early would be a tad too chilly. Remind me one day to write about nude sunbathing in the Englischer Garten, in my fave German city of Munich... ;)

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  11. lfb: i just did a google image search for englischer garten nude sunbathing, and hmmmmm. i hope there'll be photos to accompany your post :D

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  12. i wished I could do that last week but the weather was freaking cold and there was just not enough time for me to hit the shops. So no drinking for me in Paris. How sad...

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  13. ROFL. You did not. You did not. You did, didn't you?

    Nah, there can't be anything too explicit... mine is a family-friendly blog after all... :P

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  14. eiling: oh yeah, i guess everyone was huddled inside the restaurants, away from the cold outside. but hey, alcohol would have helped to warm you up! :D
    lfb: u got me naturally curious mah. quite a few bronze-tanned bods roaming around the park, i see. for your blog post, you could just edit your photos and use digital black strips to cover up any bouncy bits that you don't want readers to see :D

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  15. Use digital black strips? Me? I shudder at thought. My standards are far too lofty for digital black strips!

    ... well, unless they are real ones, strategically placed for artistic effect. :P

    P.S. Was just kidding about the lofty standards btw. I mana ade? :P

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  16. lfb: the only trouble with using digital strips is determining how large they should be. u wouldn't want to, ermm, over-exaggerate the reality of what's behind the strips :P
    p.s. i concur! :D

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  17. ROFL. Okay, EDKL wins! (Again. Groans.)

    P.S. Bitch. Wins again. (Sighs...)

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  18. lfb: when will LFB win? maybe i'll let him someday. but not someday soon :D

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