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Karena Albert says
Wonderful translation of the dog signs Emily. Love the lights hanging over the streets!
I am so glad your fine was't more than 35 Euros. Parking fines are really high here!
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Heather Robinson says
Oh my, I am so sorry to hear that your car was towed – always an ordeal here. At least they gave you a lift! They don't in Arles and of course the fourriere is inaccessible by bus so it is one looong walk.
And while I know where all of your lovely photos were taken, there is one that escapes me – the seller of the signs! Because, sadly, I could probably use "Chien bête et méchant"!
Splendid Market says
Heather — they were quite accommodating about the towing, they explained it was a regular occurrence, and that, unusual to most of France, their busiest day of the week is Sunday. They were very nice.
The shop is called Côté-Parc, it is newer things. I found some great little turquoise drinking glasses, very reasonable this trip. In the past I found a great pair of seagrass lampshades, it is at 129 av de la Liberation (the main road). xo, ebh