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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

July 14 is sneaking up on us / C'est bientôt le 14 Juillet

(This post in English only)

Since I don't have anything "original" to post (it's kind of a long story but I haven't stopped working for about 10 days now), I thought I'd flag out yet another Chronicle article... why not.

This one is about Paris and was written by a Marin County expat. I can just imagine the culture shock! Seriously, though, it comes with a few pictures, even one exactly like the one on this blog, imagine that!

There are also a few events taking place in San Francisco, listed at the end of the article. If you are a Bay Area francofile,and particularly interested in Paris, or if you are from Paris and want to know what some American expats recommend, this article is written for you (and no, Rick Steves didn't write it).

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Photograph of Metro sign courtesy and iStockphoto, on the Chronicle's website.

(Gay Pride post still to come)
(Le billet sur la Gay Pride toujours à venir)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interesting old-looking picture.

My wife, Patty, and I have been married for 52 years today. Imagine that.
52 married years

2:56 AM  
Blogger Monica said...

Tomate, thank you so much for your words! It´s a great feeling to get all these nice wishes from people all over. I can see why folks at PDP often say you´re the nicest tomate they´ve ever met!!!

8:22 AM  
Anonymous angelina said...

Ma chère Tomate, just one thing, arrêtes de tant travailler et profites de la vie!
A bientôt ;-)

6:10 AM  

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