Tuesday, April 1, 2008

parisian parking

5 comments:

JD said...

Hi, welcome back!
Don't think this way of parking is only French, here in Spain is just as difficult as it must be there to cross any street. I normally think of people pushing baby strollers, that must be nerve-racking...
I'd call it southern parking instead...

Function of Time said...

HA! Awesome. Let's just hope that the people don't put on their parking break so it's easier to squeeze in!

Le Tigre said...

Haha, I'd love to be there to see how the silver car's going to get out.

Function of Time said...

That Smart car should have parked perpendicular to the curb.

A Seattleite in Paris said...

jd - true I could've called it Southern European parking but where's the alliteration in that? :)

tigre - me too! the cars aren't there anymore, at least not like that, so they managed somehow

function - not sure why the driver didn't do that since I've seen it a few times. I'll take a pic the next time I pass one.