Sunday, April 26, 2009

Crossroads


North End Emergency Call Box on Hanover Street with directions to various Italian cities. Where would you go in Italy?

19 comments:

Marie Reed said...

I would go to Pompeii. Reading books about it just isn't enough!

Marie Reed said...

It's quite an eyecatching callbox!

cieldequimper said...

San Gimigniano and Lucca! Great shot!

Cezar and Léia said...

Venice because I want to take a romantic "gondola"( in those Venetian canals) with my prince Cezar!
Note : in my sweet dream, he ( Cezar ) must sing for me ! :-)
wowwww
GREAT POST!!!!
I loved it!
God bless you
Léia

Cristóbal said...

I would go to Trieste even though Rome would be a good choice.

magiceye said...

go to italy in emergency?
anywhere actually!
lovely composition!

Marie said...

Funny. We have exactly the same here, with Montpellier sister cities.

Marie said...

I forgot: I would go to Florence and Venice, and then to Rome. And maybe to other ones too. I live close to Italy but I have never visited it.

honza03 said...

My next in Italy is Rome! But I would recommend anyplace at Sardegna :)

joo said...

All ways lead to Rome, don't they?
Wondrtful shot:)

Marie-Noyale said...

I would obey to the sign and visit Every city!!!

amatamari said...

:-)

I love Trieste but in Italy we say "all roads lead to Rome"...

maryt/theteach said...

Clueless, why do you think ITALIAN cities? Oh, yes, I know the North End, right! Talk about clueless, duh!

BeanTownBoy said...

San Gimigniano and Lucca!

Beautiful shot of Hanover Street!

Jacob said...

Cute. Why directions to Italian cities? Is this an Italian section?

valeria said...

I'd go south to Naples and further down to Palermo, and I'd drive all round Sicily!

Malyss said...

I was in Roma last month; and I'd be happy to go back to Italy in any town at any time..
But: why italian towns? Especially in Hanover street, Hanover being a german city?

Juergen Kuehn said...

A call box with Italian flair - great find!
All destinations worth a journey.

Clueless in Boston said...

Hi All, thanks for your comments. I should have mentioned that the "North End" neighborhood in Boston is the Italian section of the city and has many, many great Italian restaurants, bakeries and shops, and should not be missed if you ever come to Boston.