Googled, "Paris Hotels 1950s", but no clear images of a sign came up. Then I remembered that there is a huge rambling sea front hotel in Cromer, Norfolk, called, "Hotel de Paris" and that its sign is very Parisian looking. And, a clear image was available on the internet and downloadable.
|The hotel overlooking the pier at Cromer.|
|The side entrance.|
|The sign enlarged.|
|Printed onto A4 sheet of paper|
|Cut out and mounted on card.|
|In position with blu tac|
|Might paint that upright of white ducting.|
Currently listening to:
Last night's dinner:
|Crow Road, Glasgow|
|Chicken liver pate|
|Chicken and a few other items|
I've been aware of this lesson for years but have never learnt it. Result, I eat far too much and quite unnecessarily. In a restaurant, one accepts the smaller amounts and spins them out. I must transfer that attitude to eating at home.
Continuing with the wonderful:
Last night on television's "The Chase", there was a question about Nick Haslam, but nobody had ever heard of him.
Went for a spin on the Peugeot this afternoon - along the side of the Clyde into town and back.
|The Clyde was looking magnificent.|