Monday, August 6, 2007

Quadrilatero 1


As said yesterday this area is quite charming with so many restaurants where people love to stay out in these warm (but not hot) Summer evenings.

Come detto ieri questa zona è alquanto affascinante con i suoi molti locali dove la gente ama stare fuori in queste calde (ma non torride) sere d'Estate.
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12 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

It looks very special to me, Fabrizio. And what is special food most patrons order at these outdoor cafes?

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Ahh...this is what I imagine living and eating out in Italy is like - beautiful outdoor restorantes, beautiful people, perfect weather.

Felicia said...

It does look quite charming! What time does it get dark in Torino? The sun sets around 8:30 pm in San Diego, so I think you also get to enjoy the daylight longer too.

Oya said...

Looks very nice . What is the food like?

Kalyan said...

Really a cool shot. The area look quite charming indeed with a nice environment...beautifully captured shot!

lorenzothellama said...

Mmm .. what could be better than sitting outside in an Italian restaurant, drinking Italian wine and eating Italian food.
Lorenzo.

zentmrs said...

Wonderful shot Fabrizio! I love the colors, and can imagine myself eating delicious food in the midst of this historical setting.

Sonia said...

Looks very nice place, Fabrizio!
Muito atraente!

Nikon said...

I like the color of the street lamps & the church tower in the background.

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

First of all thank you to everyone. I always love to read your encouraging comments.

@ Felicia, exif data of this photo shows 9:43pm. By the way, as you can see from sky's colour, susnset was earlier and I presume not far from your sunset time or a bit earlier. Ah, I was forgetting to say that we are in DST time until October :-)


@ Oya, I honestly don't know. I know a restaurant there where it's possible to eat quite well (though a bit expensive) but that one here showed.

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

@ Abraham sorry, scrolling up I missed your comment. Oh, what in general people here order at restaurant. In Italy we don't have a main course. A part some regional speciality, we have a first dish (pasta or soup), a second one (eggs or fish or meat), maybe a sort of side dish (vegetables, french fries), fruit and / or cake, ice cream. --- At cafes most it depends on time. It may be a simple cafè, a coke, a beer... Hope this hel (in this few space)

Denton said...

I like the arrow pointing to the sky.