did I mention that
Me and the stylish
took a vacation
(without the hobbits)
and hang out with
when we got tired of
classy, beautiful people.
Mo spends a lot of time sketching in Paris
and I wanted to get in on some of that action.
So i got a Moleskine
and had at it:
I don't always sketch people from life,
but when I do,
it kinda sorta maybe looks like them.
rocked the modern art
One of the best parts of the trip
was the apartment we rented in the Trocadéro.
It really felt like we had a home
instead of a stuffy, sterile hotel.
We went to
One of our favorites was
which our favorite Frenchy friend Jerome
While the Mrs. shopped the stores,
I usually doodled:
Mr. Warburton fact #243
I don't really like hot drinks.
I only drink iced coffee.
But ordering an iced coffee in Paris
well, it's like ordering an iced coffee in Paris.
So I gave up and ordered
Which are pretty delicious.
I thought the Musée d'Orsay
could have been called the
Ditto for the exhibition at the
Mr. Warburton fact #4
I don't really like wine.
But ordering a Manhattan in Paris
well, it's like ordering a Manhattan in Paris.
So I drank wine.
And it was fine.
they make a life-fulfilling Manhattan
(that costs a million euros)
I didn't want to order a hamburger in Paris.
But everyone was ordering one at
Canal St. Martin:
Did you know that there's a convenient underpass
that takes you to the
Arc du Triomphe
so you don't have to risk your life dodging
hurtling trucks and angry motorists
to get there?
I think my favorite part of the trip might
have been our tour of the
(but that's a tale for a later post)
On the plane home,
I tried remembering
for future reference:
I wish I had got more sketching done.
But I was too busy doing
Keep it locked
to hear more about it.