Or is it Paris, Summer? (That's where we spent much of last July. Whatever.) I'll post some pictures, and you try to work out which city, in all its summertime glory, is depicted below.
OK, I think the John Lewis sign might have given it away.
So we are having a bit of sun here in Scotland: this evening, for example, is beautiful. Out my study window I can see all the way to the wind farms encircling the city. (You see, it IS just like Paris.)
And TMiddy and I are still brimming with Jubilee spirit. We had some foreigners (German and English) over for dinner last Friday, and we used Jubilee-bunting paper napkins with the pre-dinner snacks. We even made a Jubilee pavlova.
Actually, it's a chocolate Jubilee pavlova, which means it's the same as a normal chocolate pavlova, except with a Union Jack of fruit. (This is TMiddy's work, and he was dissatisfied: apparently he needed "a larger canvas" to display the full extent of his artistry.)
Tomorrow we're off to London, scene of our Jubilee Flotilla torment. Hopefully the rain will have stopped by now.