Signs and a Double decker - My 103rd post (lol)

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17 April 08

Aside from headaches and laziness, forgetfulness is another effect of the allergies (yeah I blame everything on it). I barely noticed that I was past the 100 post already, thanks to Chuck (Seattle) as he posted his and I was reminded. =)

I went out for fresh air today (and visited a friend) and I was delighted to finally photograph this identifying stickers. If you remember I posted about priority seats last month and how this stickers became controversial for being 'sexist' in a way. So the city came up with this new set where only the pregnant woman remained unchanged (what if there is also a pregnant man in the city?...i wonder)

I reached my friend's place via a double decker train! It is lovingly identified as Wiesel with its logo as the weasel itself.

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12 comments

  1. double decker train, neat. The priority seat sticker looks colorful and after you figure them out informative.

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  2. Views always seem to be better from the upper level, don't they? Glad I reminded you -:)

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  3. I totally like the subway in Vienna! and the municipality is so thoughtful :))...

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  4. The things that people get upset about! It never ceases to amaze me.

    Thanks for sharing the pictures and stories. Special thanks for the update!

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  5. Congratulations for this 103th post, I'm waiting for 206 more!
    The leaves come after the flowers on Japanese trees like these cherrie trees.
    Have a nice day, in spite of your allergies...

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  6. wow! the first photo shows how you can make those simple signs look so good. i wonder how imaginative you are in taking some of the common views like this and making them look really good.

    congratulations to your 103rd post! keep it up.

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  7. Wow, you've been doing a better job keeping up with your blog than I have! Thanks again for visiting my Easy Japanese Recipe blog! I love the photos. I will have to visit Vienna sometime. I've been to pretty much every country in Europe except for Austria! Shame on me, right?

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  8. The kids always wanted to sit up there Jim, its like a special treat.

    Thanks really Chuck! yep, though its difficult to come down with my little boy.

    So true Lara...The Vien blog is at this time under construction, I guess the photographer is a pro =D

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  9. Kris: yeah, for me it ain't a big deal =) To each his own...

    Thanks Alice, I really hope to keep this going.

    Thanks Dong! I don't know but I just shoot it =) I have a different camera that I am not familiar with lol, i hope this shot is considered ok for it-

    Hi JW! You can have a visual tour first, if you like it then come over and see! Thanks for dropping by!

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  10. They've introduced double deck trains in my state. However, they haven't assigned one yet to my line. I hope they do so real soon.

    Nice photos. :)

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  11. That's neat! I wish the Government here will implement such trains. It'll definitely help the "people congestion" every morning; especially during the peak hours.

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  12. They are convenient in many ways talaga Panaderos, Kyels; especially as to avoid traffic and the hassle of owning a car =) Happy weekend!

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