I love the signs above cafes and other businesses in Europe's historic districts. So classy.
Even McDonalds looks amazing.
I try to avoid American fast food while visiting other countries, but we almost made an exception for this one in Budapest. This was the first McD's east of the Iron Curtain during the Cold War and for awhile it was a symbol of protest against Communism. I like it for its stylized iron-curtainy lions.
Could cannabis in any way be construed as an energy drink? At first I thought Subway was selling it.
Umm, what was I saying about classiness? Not sure whether this cringe-worthy hot dog advertisement in Salzburg, Austria, was designed to attract or repel American tourists but I was simultaneously laughing and grossed-out.
Graffiti is a form of protest: #refugeeswelcome
"Why would you tell little kids to go back to a war?" Well, Hungary, why indeed?
Beware of storms and always keep your dogs on leashes.
Now THAT is sound advice.