Euphorbia. ceci est un (une) euphorbia. mésaventures avec batterie à plat et voiture a télécommande. http://201169.blogspot.com/
love the layout of this, only wish I could understand what it says (damn my english as an only language upbringing). Love the smart car!
This is a necessary way to learn to drive, especially in Paris
Ceci est un moyen nécessaire pour apprendre à conduire, surtout à Paris. Là encore, l’utilisation de mon pauvre français est regrettable
it says that i meet a little bird very directive who tweet to me as he wanted to say “hey you! give me food! give it to me!”
and it says that the battery of my smart was empty and so i can’t open the doors. so Mr. T try and succeed to get inton the car by the rear door!!
your french is not so bad! believe me!!!
and your video of “place de l’étoile” make me smile.
It was terrifing the first time i drove on it! but as time goes on, you get the habit!
where are you from?
Margaret (my wife) and I stay in a small village on the outskirts of Edinburgh, here in Scotland. I took early retirement from teaching a year or so ago but Margaret still teaches for two days a week. We have three grown up sons who all stay in Edinburgh.
Margaret speaks your language very well but I have to check and double check everything. A typical comment, like the last one, would take me about 30mins. I have visited Paris twice, please see my flickr photos to recognise some sights you will be very familiar with – http://www.flickr.com/photos/28475994@N00/sets/
The people, in the centre of the city are so friendly and, of course, speak English which makes me even lazier to learn your language. Heaven, for me, would be to sit, sketching in the Jardin des Tuileries on a warm day or even watching the world go by. Conversely, hell would be to drive around the Arc de Triomphe, the traffic seems quite bewildering. You are very brave to even attempt this. Kindest regards Bob McDowall – bob firstname.lastname@example.org
thansk for the details!
do you visit the Jardin du Luxembourg? i love this one more than the Tuileries for many reasons, and for one completely practical : it leave no dust on shoes…
Yes, we visited the Jardin du Luxembourg during our previous visit. I sat and did a series of quick sketches with a pen but, having no paints with me, decided to “steal” some of the white/pink gravel which is placed on the ground. This was so I could get a good colour match if I ever decide to do a full-sized painting. Here is a photo of my sketch and a part of your country – sorry for removing this!
Thanks 201169, for the translation, Is that a problem that can occur often with the smart cars? I’m considering buying one.
beware of the new french president, he will be able to find you through the net and take back thoses gravels! lol!
it occures with mine because it’s been a long time since i drive mine. She have 8 years and never change the battery. (in french we give a sex to object and a smart car is a “she”. plus we just say “a smart” because it doesnt mean anything in french. it had meant “chic” in the earlies 60′s in saint germain des prés! lol!)
but the mechanic told me that mine was smart 1.0 and on the 2.0 ones there is no more this problem.
buy it closed eyes! it will be only pleasure!
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