« A truly fine meal is enjoyed not once but three times, in anticipation, in consumption, and in remembrance »
As you might know, I love food, and I love Excel (yes, Excel!), and as such I have a very strong tendency to record, rate and recommend all my favorite restaurants and bars using spreadsheets. (Happy to share them with you, current ‘shareable’ spreadsheets are Paris and London, still working on NY, Dubai and Marrakesh!)
I recently decided that the only missing feature to my little notes was a map, so I could look up what in my favorites or to do list was close by if I was in an area.
Of course, Google having a response to (pretty much) everything, you can create your maps using « My Places » in Google Maps. So here is my Paris Shortlist, in blue are my shortlisted places and in red my to-do list!
Any suggestions please comment on this article and I will gladly add it to my map (even better if you want to go and try it out with me!).
View Ambrouille’s Paris Shortlist in a larger map
Hire two private investigators, make them follow each other.
Go into a crowded elevator and say
« I bet you’re all wondering why I gathered you here »,
with a straight face.
Make vanilla pudding. Put in mayo jar. Eat in public.
Become a teacher. Make a test where every answer is « C ». Enjoy the show.
Wait until someone is about to sneeze.
Right before they do, loudly scream « PIKA PIKAAAA!! ».
Run into a store, ask what year it is.
When someone answers, yell « It worked! », and run out cheering.
Buy a horse, name it « Oscar Takes the Lead », enter it in horse races.
Buy a parrot, learn the parrot to say
« Help! I’ve been turned into a parrot! ».
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