The 1st sign that greeted me upon arrival in the Metro from Galeries Lafayette - a stop in your tracks poster. Where else do they have such beautiful street signs? My refrigerator is cluttered with these in miniature... Freshly made ardoise signs everyday like the baguettes they announce. Many hand-made signs everywhere - I love the personal touch... When you see this sign in any traiteur's window, stop and buy the item - it's a signal that Le Figero deems them worthy of their best/Notre classement des meilleurs lists, whether it be tartelettes au citron, eclairs, baguettes, crepes etc. This shop has the 2nd best "jambon-beurre" in Paris. STOP and eat! They must be obeyed. More Parisien scrawled handwriting and a no doggies allowed sign.I relate to scrawly writing instantly. Another sign to be obeyed. When a sale is announced you must buy. The sales help always wear special "SOLDE" T-shirts. A beautiful old fashioned jewelry sign caught my eye.
The Belle Epoch Metro signs =miam!Says it all. What's not to love?
I always stop to read hand-written menu/ardoise .
A sign I run past. Not why I came to Paris.
A tiny billboard I swoon for - Fauchon, #11 on Le Figaro's best tarte au citron.More miniature signs = irresistable