Funny and Random Collections
Second, I realized that there are many pictures that I wanted to upload but either didn't have time or didn't feel they were essential to the place I was visiting. And, since today in Zurich is rainy, rainy, and rainy, I decided to search around a bit. Enjoy.
Part of a Greek menu. Don't forget those open-colored clothes in case of extreme hot. And remember to hat your umbrella, unless you carry it. Oh, and when it's good weather, feel free to approach the electricity pillars.
From the graffiti artist in Granada. My Spanish isn't perfect, but the gist is: We make things that break in order to fix them, and so that they break again. And I pass my time.
That's me taking a photo in the background, through a mirror. Friends from Granada.
Some more detail of the Alhambra in Granada.
I hate pictures with me in them, but, oh well. I had to. Me and the Parthenon.
Just a great picture that I forgot to include. From - where else? - Cinque Terre.
The sweet ambulance in Venice.
Some ancient hieroglyphs! This was in Cinque Terre as well.
Come on, Tim. Why did I take a picture of this sign? Old-school baseball fans oughtta know. Actually, Fones might be the best authority on this, as he's an NL fan. First one to post a comment explaining this picture wins a prize.
The police...Ford Tauruses? - in Barcelona.
Chickens for sale on the street in Barcelona.
The Greek menu again. But isn't rioting considered moving with a purpose?
Oh yeah, how could I forget this one? Me on a rooftop in Oia, most-northwesterly town of Santorini, about two hours before sunset.
Edwin, the local Polish guy, has his own sign. Ok, no, it was really a restaurant. But it would have been REALLY funny otherwise.
A ubiquitous company in Greece, but it's still fun to go to the market and say "Papadopoulos!" Season Ticket Baseball, anyone?
That's that. I may find some more or I may not. Hey! The weather finally changed and the sun is out! Of course, that's been happening all day, but I think it's time for a walk. Ciao!