un vrai touriste ;)) on dirait moi dans Central Park ;))
Ha, nice picture. I'd be happy if Jerusalem had even one such small beach.
That really is excellent. So much atmosphere. So much to see.P.S. Now there's more storage space on Picassa, am back to blogging daily on my old site of Message in a Milk Bottlehttp://messageinamilkbottle.blogspot.co.uk/
Nice that he found a cosy little corner to do it!
Dude...we are lost! :DLéia
A good spot to get your bearings JM.
That might be me in a foreign city. I'm always checking my map.
Lol, as a tourist I try to hide the maps! Oh that little beach is so incredible seen like that!
cute shot. :)
I do love your little, downtown beach! What a great shot, as always, JM! To answer your question on my post -- it is Chihuly! He's hard to miss, isn't he! Enjoy your evening!!
We tried map reading in Casablanca, it is very difficult there as most of the street signs have long disappeared!!Love this photo. Diane
Always good to know where you are.
I am glad I am not the only one left with paper maps!
A paper map? I remember those, before iPhones.
As always, nice composition. It tells a wordless story. I like it!
Got a bit of the chills looking at this traveler's plight.
I'd love a little beach like that around here! Also, I'm laughing at the paper map, which suddenly seems so quaint:)
Como fiz isto, inúmeras e repetidas vezes :)É a imagem do turista desbravador. E saber onde se está é o primeiro passo.
Could this be a tourist?
I used to try not to look like a tourist, but I do anyway, so I bring out the map anywhere - usually a big one.
I see this everyday on the plaza. Love that building!
This is great ... a sense of what the tourist is there to see.
oh gosh, I wish to be there..you're so lucky!
Yes, I know the feeling.... Strange names and sometimes difficult to remember ......
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