This is probably the best/cheapest solution if the price changes every 5 minutes like in Wall Street…
Wow, not a very enticing storefront. Makes me want to run like hell to find another shoe store.Davos (sp.?)--Love the Wall Street comment.
I like those doors on each side of the big one though!
Roma è città molto bella!Sono stato 3 volte come un turista in visita!
I like your composition on this. You're right about the graffiti, but would it quickly show up again? That's what happens here.
Θάνος~ He he, that's funny. E vedessi che scarpe orride!Ann P.~ Rome too has its horrors. The shoes aren't that nice either!Lois~ I know, that's what I liked about the photo. You and I are very similar in taste.Dan~ E nei tuoi viaggi hai anche imparato benissimo l'Italiano! Bravo!T.Becque~ Within a matter of days, yes.
This way it could become a minor touristic attraction...
love the old school, and your new banner!
VP~ Exactly! CheersKen Mac~ I can't seem to publish your lovely comment, the moderation page has been acting up lately...Ciao and Grazie
LOL! I like the photo. ;-)Paz xoxo
Looks like they do clean up the graffiti as they open their shop. Easy solution I think.Now the price sign is just plain tacky!
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