Our town hall at night

On New Year’s Day we went to the village, it was half past 5pm, not that late, but it was already dark and the Christmas decoration looked beautiful. The dogs had to wait a moment and let me take a photo. They hate that, especially Rudi the terrier asked: “Frauchen, where do you go? You won’t leave us here?!” Bach the Bernese Mountain dog is more confident in my returning.

Isn't it cute? That's our town hall. The office of the mayor and the city council. Own photo, licence: CC by-SA/ Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported

Isn’t it cute? That’s our town hall. The office of the mayor and the city council. Own photo, licence: CC by-SA/ Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported

The main road at night. Own photo, licence: CC by-SA/ Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported

The main road at night. Own photo, licence: CC by-SA/ Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported

The dogs attached to a pole at the entrance of the village. Only for a short moment, but it's already too long for Rudi. Own photo, licence: CC by-SA/ Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported

The dogs attached to a pole, only for a short moment, but it’s already too long for Rudi. Own photo, licence: CC by-SA/ Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported

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14 thoughts on “Our town hall at night

  1. Adorable little village. Good to see they are festive despite their small amount of residents. My parents “village” in Texas is about the same size and doesn’t do a darn thing. Hopefully I’ll get to visit you this spring.

    • Yes, hopefully we’ll see each others. I was only posting this today in between cleaning the two cars, because I took a photo of the broken car window for the bosses and sent it by email, to show them how bad it is (their car and it’s an old problem but not fixed yet). Our mayor is very nice and likes foreigners. He’s not a farmer and rather well off. But he’s rarely at home and prefers to stay at the coast. He organizes some cute things for all the foreigners (Parisians are also foreigners) though. The annual New Year’s event, Christmas decoration and so on. I guess we got around as much Parisian inhabitants as natives.

  2. Very ‘cute’ village hall! Honestly, dogs can be so untrusting😉

  3. amazing how many people still have the christmas decoration these days…

    • Hey, that was on New Year’s Day, I’m always a bit late with sorting out my photos. Ten days is quite good for me, I often got a delay of six weeks.😉

  4. I love the dogs “parked” in there. I usually leave Doggy parked outside stores, he cries at times.

    • Aaaww poor him. At the groceries Rudi has to wait in the car and that seems to be okay for him. Either because he knows I won’t run away and leave the car there or because he knows he’ll get a cookie if he has to wait very long.

  5. Da passt aber nicht viel rein. Aber niedlich siehts aus.

    • Gell? Und es ist nicht einmal das kleinste Rathaus in Frankreich. Immerhin weiß man dann, dass der Stadtrat kein Geld für sowas verschwendet. ^^

  6. .Ich habe deinen blog nominiert für den versatile blog award falls es dich interessiert:
    http://worldwhisperer.wordpress.com/2013/01/11/versatile-blog-award/

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