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Place de la Comédie Monpellier

Auf der Rückreise von den Ferien in Spanien machten wir einen kleinen Abstecher nach Montpellier in Frankreich. Wir stellten unser Auto in eine Tiefgarage, direkt neben den oberen Eingang in die Altstadt, im 5. Untergeschoss, glaube ich. Nach einem kleinen Imbiss und der Besichtigung der Altstadt, kamen wir auf diesen Platz. Ich vergass die Unterlage zum Nodalpunktadapter mitzunehmen. Doch mit Hilfe eines Papiertaschentuches hoffte ich, die missliche Situation zu retten, das, wie man sieht, auch gelang. Wieder in der Tiefgarage angekommen, wollte der Ticketautomat

weder Noten noch Kreditkarten akzeptieren. Da unser Kleingeld nicht ausreichte, kamen wir nicht aus der Garage raus. Ein freundlicher Franzose streckte uns eine handvoll Euro entgegen und sagte, "thake as much as you need". Wow



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Copyright: Dieter Henrion
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 06/10/2009
上传: 14/03/2010
更新: 03/03/2015


Tags: montpellier; frankreich; france; ferien; place de la comédie
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