Thursday, May 8, 2014

Quo Vadis

Chairs and tables, Quo Vadis, piazza dell'Arsenale, Livorno
Chairs and tables waiting for customers at the “Quo Vadis” sandwich shop in Piazza dell'Arsenale.

13 comments:

William Kendall said...

It looks like a welcoming kind of place.

Randy said...

Love the colorful chairs.

Luis Gomez said...

Nice colors VP.

Dina said...

I'll choose the blue table.

cieldequimper said...

I'll wait until they are dry!

José Mendonça said...

A cheerful place!

Karl Demetz said...

A "strange" name for a sandwich shop, I like those colorful chairs.

Stefan Jansson said...

Nice with the flickr colors.

Dina said...

Ah, I didn't notice they were wet. One should always enlarge the photo to see all the secrets.

Nowy Sacz said...


"Quo Vadis" is a novel by the Polish writer. His name Henryk Sienkiewicz. For this novel won the Nobel Prize in 1905. :)
This blog is very interesting.
By the way, I invite you to my home town in Poland called Nowy Sacz.

VP said...

Nowy Sacz - Henryk Sienkiewicz is a world famous writer and I have read his book when I was young. As in the book Quo vadis is the Latin for 'where are you going?'

adriana said...

They are waiting for the customers, I think, as it rained before, the street is wet.

adriana said...

once again, adriana = Traveling Hawk; I don't know why does the computer this thing?!