This is a collection of the pictures I’ve posted this week on my Twitter page (feel free to follow!) for Paris by Cell Phone.
Nov 15: Monument Monday
The shopping center at Châtelet
Nov 16: Typical Tuesday
Street Chestnut Vendor
Nov 17: Where is It Wednesday
Congratulations to Andrea who knew this was the Métro station at Châtelet, designed by Hector Guimard.
Nov 18: Pot Luck Thursday
Gardens on the boulevard Pereire, which replaced the old train tracks that, literally, ran around the city.
Nov 19: Freaky Friday
Wine on the brain Au Pere Tranquille, in the Châtelet area.
Nov 20: Special Saturday
Beaujolais Nouveau with some dry sausage. That time of year again…
Paris By Cell Phone: 2010-11-17: Where Is It Wednesday?
What Métro station is this gorgeous entrance at (designed by my all time favorite architect in the universe)?
First answer in the comment section wins a coveted Chupa Chups badge (with even better prizes for repeat winners)!
Paris By Cell Phone: Nov 10, 2010: Where Is It Wednesday?
What métro station was this photo taken in?
First correct answer in the comment section wins a coveted Chupa Chups badge (with even better prizes for repeat winners)! Woot!
This is a collection of the pictures I’ve posted this week on my Twitter page (feel free to follow!) for Paris by Cell Phone. As a special bonus, there’s an extra hint to Where Is It Wednesday, as the coveted Chupa Chups badge is still up for grabs!
Sept 5: Holy Sunday
Sept 6: Monument Monday
Sept 7: Typical Tuesday
Strike! (AKA “Marche ou Gréve)
Sept 8: Where is It Wednesday
The mystery remains unsolved! If you think you know where this is, leave a comment. If you need another hint, this beast is found in the same place:
Sept 9: Pot Luck Thursday
Sunset on the Canal de l’Ourcq
Sept 10: Freaky Friday
Hmmm, wonder who could’ve sponsored this map…
Sept 11: Special Saturday
To be posted later!
I’ll give Genie an “A” for effort, but unfortunately cannot accord her the coveted Chupa Chups badge. But before we get into that, here is another sculpture I like from the same area.
This is the “Tête Monumentale” (“Monu-mental Head”) by Igor Mitoraj. It’s found at the KPMG Building / Immeuble KPMG, La Défense, Paris.
Now, for the answer to last week’s “Where Is It Wednesday?”
The statue is “Les Hommes de la Cité” by France & Hughes Siptrott, and it’s located at the entrance to the “Paris” métro station Esplanade de la Défense (and not at The Grande Arche de la Défense).
Thanks for playing and better luck to y’all next week!