Saturday, 30 July 2011

Office de tourisme 24/24, 7/7



At the tourist information centre, info 24/7...

20 comments:

ρομπερτ said...

Welch Vorbild !

Woody said...

Quite the contrast on old and new. Funky layout of the keys on the keyboard (I notice the most bizarre things)

Birdman said...

A very strange mix of period pieces here.

Jacob said...

Sexy! I guess sex sells just about anything, why not Versailles! :-) I like it!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Is that the Hall of Mirrors at The Palace in the background there Ciel, oh how I loved walking through there with Aimee.

Randy said...

Ah it ruined her dress!

Thérèse said...

Tout un programme en effet.

Malyss said...

Marrant, j'ai aussi posté un tourisme office aujourd'hui! les grands esprits se rencontrent..
Tu vas un peu mieux ou toujours pas?..

cieldequimper said...

@ Woody: that's what all French keyboards are like.

VP said...

Our turist information centers are an endless source of funny stories...

greensborodailyphoto.com said...

Definitely a mixed metaphor. Someday I will be a guest calling on this information center. I hope they have your URL bookmarked!

Regina K said...

I thought all keyboards were the same, I would have to take typing all over again in France.

T. Becque said...

This is good, I'd probably need these services!

Stephanie said...

yes, you're right about it being over the top...kind of like this lady's hair! Is it Marie Antoinette?

Jack said...

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.

JM said...

I'm sure Mme. de Pompadour on top gives accurate informations about what not to miss. :-)

Small City Scenes said...

Maybe someday I will be there pushing her buttons. LOL

I love the alley way in Montreuil.

I have some soso pics for you but they are on my computer which is not willing to part with them. I keep trying. MB

Doug Hickok said...

I used to be able to strike a provocative pose such as this, in my younger days at court :^)

Andrew said...

I really enjoy my visits to your wonderful blog.... xx

Francisca said...

And technology marches on... I still prefer a human being to tell me what I want to know, no matter how user-friendly these computer kiosks may be.