Monday, 20 August 2007

Roméo et Juliette à Adelaïde


Avez-vous cru que c'était Vérone ?
La Chambre du Parlement à Adelaïde est l'un des bâtiments parlementaires les plus beaux en Australie.
Du côté nordique, vous pouvez voir le Balcon de Juliette, où elle a parlé en faveur, "...Roméo, oh, Roméo wherefore art thou Roméo".
Il est trop difficile traduire ce vieux langage, mais vous tout savez les mots !
Aujourd'hui, nos politiciens parlent en faveur pour être faits confiance et les Roméos préférerait voir une petite fille Italienne vers le haut là, plutôt qu'un politicien laid.

Roméo and Juliette in Adelaide.
Parliament House in Adelaide is one of the grandest parliamentary buildings in Australia.
On the northern side, you can see the Juliet Balcony where Juliet pleaded, "..... Romeo, Oh Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo".
Today, our politicians plead to be trusted and the Romeos would prefer to see a little Italian girl up there, rather than an ugly politician.

10 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

Remarkable story behind your photo. Our politicians pleading to be trusted is a world-wide spectacle. I just didn't think it was possible to find them on Juliette's balcony too.

Jules said...

I can visualise mm benaut on the balcony with a rose between her teeth and you below strumming a lute and singing a French seranade????

Jules said...

How amazing abraham - we both appeared on the screen at exactly the same time -19:57.

Kate Isis said...

our pollies should all have such tragic endings.

M.Benaut said...

Crikey, sweetheart,

You're up late tonite !!

Bergson said...

It would be necessary that Romeo votes for of the Juliette.
And would all be better? at least visually!!

lyliane said...

Je suis allée à Vérone, j'y ai vu la tombe de Roméo et Juliette, mais pas le balcon, je voudrai bien venir voir celui là à Adelaide, may be a day!!!

lynn said...

What romantic politicians you have out there...

dive said...

Ah, that's beautiful, MB.
Looks like a great place from which to harangue the mob.

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