I love Orangina, but these ads around Paris are full of OMGWTF:
And those are static, turns out there’s a video version as well:
Yeah, um… what?
Last time I was in Paris I sorta had a sucky time. I was only there for about 40 hours, it rained the whole time and I spent most of that either lost or stuck in my hotel. This time I had much better company, and more time to see the city. Yesterday Tara and I fully made the most of it. Photos and a play by play after the jump.
People keep telling me I have an army, so I decided it’s about time to mobilize the forces and go public. Introducing Sean Bonner’s Right Brigade. These troops will be dedicated to shenanigans, hijinx and trouble making to varying degrees of chaos and legality. You know you want in.
OK folks, that’s it. Tara and I are off to Europe and unless you are in the same city as us there probably harder to get a hold of than usual. Os schedule is on my wiki as well as dopplr. Can’t wait to see all our friends and curse the freezing weathers. Everyone else… see you next year!
As you might have guessed by the previous post, explaining a vegan diet in some countries is trickier than others. Language barriers and cultural differences make it even harder in some situations. That said, I’ve never been to a city were I couldn’t find several amazing vegan options even after being told by locals that a vegan diet was unheard of in their entire country. Given that, here’s a few resources I use that have been helpful on this trip (as well as previous travels):
Happy Cow guide to Paris
About.com’s top 8 vegetarian/vegan restaurants in Paris
Vegan in Paris, no I’m not kidding
List of Vegetarian restaurants in Paris
Happy Cow listing for Berlin
I highly recommend Yellow Sunshine and Hans Wurst.
Happy Cow listing for Amsterdam
Chowhound thread about veggie options in Amsterdam
Veg Guide for Amsterdam
Tupalo listings tagged with ‘Vegan’
Of these, definitely big recommendations for Formosa, Rupps and Vegetasia.