“You arrive at a village, and in this calm environment, one starts to hear echo” Yannick Noah
A short (150 meter long) street, 40 bars of all kinds…
The most expensive and elegant district in Boston
This picturesque village with the typical houses of New England is located at the end of Cape Cod peninsula
Tales claim this alley was Heaven for pirates in the old days.
Local people know these are just good stories to tell the tourists.
On the footprints of Ernest Hemingway.
Tiny alley in Key West, Florida.
Originally a Jewish neighborhood, this area of Miami experienced a large number of Cubans refugees, whose migration had a peak in the 1960s.
This wall in Little Havana represents a thankful tribute from the Cuban community to the USA, that accepted the refugees giving them shelter.
The area offers Cuban food, products and specialties, in particular handmade cigars and “cortaditos”.
United States patriotism painted on a wall in an alley in Atlantic City, New Jersey
Camaguey- Only the color of the houses animates the streets of Trinidad in the early afternoon
The tower of Palazzo Vecchio (old Palace) can be seen from this lane in Florence
This street, close to the “Spanish Steps”, is heaven for shopaholics and for window shoppers.
Most of Italian fashion designers have a boutique here.
Careful though, a purse can cost up to 13000 Euros.
“I think I feel automatically at home in Italy” Boyd Rice
The calmness and tranquility of San Quirico, Italy