In Germany, you can play pong with the person on the other side of the traffic lights.
This field of tulips in Holland
I just saw that in my neighborhood in France, there’s a daily baguette delivery service.
A miniature traffic playground in Copenhagen where kids learn to bike in traffic
A cake that you can buy out of a vending machine in a can
I’m in Saudi Arabia, and they sell camel milk in supermarkets.
A blue stop sign in Hawaii
A hotpot restaurant in Queens puts all the spices in bear form.
Harvey’s (Canada) gives ’grow your own plants’ instead of a toy in their kids’ meals.
Someone in my town is crocheting little hats for postboxes, Dorset, UK.
In Wroclaw, Poland, each cathedral and even the rivers have a tactile model nearby for blind people to see them too.
A friend ordered tiramisu in Scotland. Why sugar the lid?
This custom sink in the women’s room at the Chimacum Chevron
A Filipino restaurant in Seattle with no menu
In Wyoming, there are some huge snowdrifts still. I’m 6’1” for scale.
Saw this surreal looking skyscraper on vacation in Italy.
Macy’s in NYC still has a couple of their original, still functioning, wooden escalators.
Surprisingly voluminous trash cans in Amsterdam
My friend is vacationing in Armenia. This is his $6 dinner.
Another obelisk found this morning in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota
These underwater statues I found in a canal in Copenhagen
So, Subway is now selling pizzas in Brazil…
Drove past this building that looks like a picnic basket in Ohio.
You are really not allowed to park along this stretch of highway in Florida.