Friday, May 16, 2008

A Balcony By Any Other Name

I initially posted this with a poll which worked fine for a while and then messed up the coding for the site. I'm going to try it one more time - so though you may have commented or voted already, please do so again.

Of course Verona is the city of Romeo and Juliet. We have Juliet Kisses and Romeo Cakes in the pastry shops, there's the Romeo and Juliet Hotel, the Capulet Hotel, Ristorante Guiletta. Then we have the Casa Capuleti with its graffiti covered entrance into the garden where the great love story written by Luigi da Porto in 1520 begins on its tragic path - okay some English guy did his version of it but these translation things never really work.

Here's are pictures of a few balconies in Verona.

The answer on Monday - I promise!

Originally poste: 15 maggio - San Giovanni-Batiste di LaSalle

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