Monthly Archive March 2012
The other day I was out in the city to take some pictures and right when I pressed the button to take another one this pigeon came flying out from nowhere and decided to steal the picture (and the attention from the other pigeon behind). It really looks like he’s trying to take up as much of the frame as possible.
Okay, I’m officially the nerdiest person ever but I can’t help myself from being curious of what’s going on under the bridge. The motorcyckle and the car are racing back and forth, over and over again. My guess would be that they are filming something but I can’t see any cameras… A crowd of people has now gathered around to see what’s going on, so I guess I’m not the only one who’s a little bit curious. But I promise, I will stop now. Or well, soon at least.
Update nr. 3: Things unfortunately got pretty bad quite fast. When the car and motorcycle raced next to eachother, right when I looked out the window for a last look, the motorcycle lost control causing both the bike and the person to hit the street and then continue into the water! The crew immediately ran towards the accident and luckily managed to pulled the driver out of the water. I really hope everyone’s okay…
Something has been going on under the bridge here since yesterday and I can’t help but to be super curious! Several white vans has arrived, streets to this area have been closed and tonight they blew up this big white balloon thingy, rolled out motorcycles, and a small firetruck is, as we’re speaking, hosing the street with water. It’s so silly but I want to know what’s going on.
It seems like Paris became green over night.
Speaking of ice cream… Nothing beats real Italian ice cream. And absolutely nothing beats real Italian Nocciola. And especially not together with some strawberry sorbet. Yum! Skip the lines outisde Berthillon and Amorino and stop by Pozzetto instead. The best ice cream I had here so far!
A plus: The Italian speaking staff, they made me miss Italy really bad. It was so nice to hear some Italian again!
A minus: The cones… They are okay but I had better.
39, Rue du Roi de Sicile
I got so jealous of New York and their gorgeous cherry blossom trees after seeing some pictures online, but yesterday I managed to find a tree myself, full of pink flowers!
Due to this amazing weather the demand for ice cream has grown tremendously! Now it’s a 10 meter line to almost any ice cream place with a good location, and especially to the famous Berthillon. To avoid the lines I suggest that you buy your ice cream around breakfast, that’s probably the only time when it won’t be a queue…
I’m going to bed, with a couple of new freckles and tini tiny tan, after a lovely and very warm weekend.