Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Foreign Lands: Perfunctorie
So I seem to be stuck in a rut of short, not-terribly-informative posts. But it's been awhile so I wanted to get something up. Also, I recently got back from vacation, and certain people wanted foreign signs, so here you go.
This one is in Sartene, Corsica. The town's great. Go. Visit. It's cool. This is where "vendetta" comes from. In the tiny warrens of windy streets, you don't want to make an enemy.
Otherwise, while the trip was really great, and the island really beautiful, there wasn't much for paint-on-brick advertising. We ended the trip in Paris, where there were certainly some possible ghost signs, but we had so little time there that I couldn't justify spending time wandering the fading industrial parts.
So we're stuck with a just a former library. I don't know how old it is. All I know about it is that it's for you: