Friday, December 18, 2009

Caminito

Caminito, restaurant, via dei Bagnetti, LivornoA whiff of Argentina at the “Caminito”.La Bodeguita, LivornoSome Cuban flavor at “La Bodeguita”.Habano tobacconist, via Ricasoli, LivornoEverything for smokers at the “Habano” tobacconist.

24 comments:

Per Stromsjo said...

Smokers are a confined and restricted species today. Not so long ago it was perfectly normal to smoke just about anywhere. Nine years ago I failed to convince my neighbors on the night train from Paris to Madrid that smoking in their compartment was not such a brilliant idea for all sorts of reasons.

tapirgal said...

Livorno must be sooooooo cosmopolitan. Yes? Again, you've done a fantastic job with the signs.

Boise Diva said...

What a great sampling.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

First shot i really loved because it says Pizza and i love it Seriously.

Jacob said...

Methinks Livorno has reached the status of a great international city...if these signs are any indication.

I wonder if that tobacco shop sells real Cuban cigars?

Ellie Vellie said...

I quit smoking, but I like the smell of real tobacco.

Clueless in Boston said...

Those are some great signs, but the first one is really great.

Leif Hagen said...

The Argentina pizza place sounds interesting! Good pizza?

Kaori said...

Do they do Argentino Tango at the Caminito? Wonderful signs!

Tash said...

Livorno must have the most artistic signs around. I like your unusual and very colorful collection.

Wolynski said...

Your city has the prettiest oval signs ever - gorgeous colors.

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful signs, but I imagine it's difficult for an Angentine pizzerie be better than an Italian pizzerie! No way! :)
Hugs
Léia

joo said...

I love those signs - don't know which one the most!
Thanks for letting me know about my post - I've already fixed it:)
Have a nice weekend.

cieldequimper said...

Looks as if you feel like travelling! Very nice trio of plaques! Are you going to tango?

Gunn White said...

You really have creative graphic designers in Italy.
They are all very nice signs.

B SQUARED said...

Argentine pizza. That's something I never heard of before.

Stine in Ontario said...

Italians eat pizza made in Argentine style? Very interesting, VP!

James said...

You have a real talent for making ordinary things interesting. I like these.

Halcyon said...

When did pizza become an Argentinian specialty? Huh... I thought all they had over there was the tango!

Thom said...

These are just awesome. I like the look my friend. Have a great Friday :)

Hilda said...

Never tried food from Argentina or Cuba — I don't think we even have any here. Would love to try them though.

A lovely oval trio.

JM said...

Cool set of signs!

Andreea said...

I never doubted that Livorno is a worldly city. Nice series.

Rob and Mandy said...

Argentinian pizza??? With a big steak on top? Why not, could be interesting. Willing to try anything foody, at least once.