Na, that's photoshop manipulation. One of my old Ericsson collegue, Ferry, visited Paris with his wife and their 9 month old son, so I put on my guide uniform for the saturday afternoon. He asked me to take them to HRC in Paris to buy some t-shirts. It's funny that this request comes quite often from my friends while visiting Paris. I thought that HRC is dead! I remembered when I was in Uni, I used to have a collection of HRC's T from all over the world. Well, I'm lucky enough to have a sis worked for an airline co. I also managed to go to HRC every time I'm travelling to a new destination. I guess I am wrong, HRC is not dead.
Tomorrow I have another visit from an old high school (and junior high) friend travelling from the US and guess what, she asked me how to get to HRC. Unlike the other "civilisations", the french are not fond of that sort of franchised café. They prefer to hang out in their bistro or traditional café where the owner succeed in preserving the authentic ambience and tradition.
"Monsieur, un café s'il vous plaît!"