Sunday, April 1, 2007

Historic Cafe


Historic Cafe. This one is called "Vittorio Veneto" in Piazza Vittorio Veneto on the corner with via Po.

Caffé storici. Questo si chiama "Vittorio Veneto" in Piazza Vittorio Veneto sull'angolo con via Po.
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7 comments:

Strangetastes said...

Fabrizio - more beautiful composition and technique. I have visited several parts of Italy but never the northwest. Your pictures make me want to get on an airplane.

Surprisingly, there has been no active CDPJ for Chicago. My son started one today. Have a look in a few days - it's quite a younger attitude. It's at http://dailyphotobutcherfortheworld.blogspot.com/2007/03/hair.html

Bob

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

Thank ou Bob about your nice words. I really hope you have chance one day to come to visit Torino.

Ming_the_Merciless said...

I love the store sign.

Do Italians drink cuppacino? Or do they mostly drink espresso?

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

Ming, it depends. We drink cappuccino especially in the morning at breakfast with some french cake like croissant. Then we drink cofee, we don't call it espresso 'cause it's natural to have an espresso and not an American cafe. To have an American cafe you have to ask for it. We drink coffee, I was saying, along the day. Especially after lunch and after dinner.

James P. Sullivan said...

Fabrizio, it is very important to tell to non-italian friends that nobody drinks cappuccino in Italy after 10 am... :-)

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

Ya James is in right. That the reason because we have it at breakfast.

Anonymous said...

Ciao Fabrizio... che belle fotografie tutte! Scusami per il mio italiano ma e gia 1 anno che non parlo... Io sono andata a studiare a torino per 6 mesi e le tue foto me hanno fatto ricordare tante cose belle di questa citta!! tu hai un gran talento in scrivere e in fare delle foto.. quindi spero che lo farai piu! complimenti!