Sunday, October 28, 2018

52 Pickup 30


52 Pickup 30
It worked so well to collage the child’s hands with the words as if they are resting and holding up a sign.

The second part of the garage story from yesterday is that once I exited out of the public facility directly across the street was an Indian restaurant.  I thought that it would be a good place for lunch. That meant I needed to park again but there was no way I was going into the garage I just came out of.  So I started looking for another spot and ended up on a deadend street.  To my luck there was another garage with the door open and a sign about paying and displaying.  I parked and for the life of me I could not find a machine for the parking ticket.  Just then a young woman was coming through a pub door that leads into the parking garage.  I asked her if I could park in the spot I was in. As it turned out it was parking for employees only.  However, she said I could park there if I told the bartender.  She said the door to the garage should not have been left open.  Being a bit worried about retreaving the car, I asked just that.  She said the bartender could open it for me.  I guess it is on a remote.

I walked to the the Indian restaurant and guess what?!!  It was closed!  On my way back to the pub I saw another Indian place.  It was closed as well!  So no Indian food for me yet.  Maybe in Dublin I am sure.  Once back to the pub I decided I at least had to buy something and so I had a cranberry juice.  The bartender let me out of the garage and I was on my way again.  I ended up buying some ham and made myself a great sandwich for lunch.
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2 comments:

Jacki Long said...

I like #30 a lot, my eyes found a zig-zag pattern that was very pleasing.
I LOVE the stories of your travels! Feels like I am tagging along! ;o)

julia said...

What we are willing to go thru for indian food, eh? Me too! What an ordeal...:-)