Friday, October 21, 2005

La vie quotidienne parisienne...Is that a tower in your pants?




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It's something mystifying to many Americans, I think. I remember walking out of the metro in Rome and seeing the Coliseum, unlike any photo I had ever seen, with taxi cabs wizzing by and businessmen walking briskly while talking on cell phones.

Do they not even look at what they're passing by? I think, Do they realize that it's THE coliseum?

Now, here I am in Paris. At the very least, twice a day I pass by the Eiffel Tower, and less and less do I pay attention.

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