Things you just don’t see in the states

One of the most fun parts of international travel is seeing and experiencing things you would not have been able to while vacationed in the states.  So, here is our first pictorial display of some of those little things we saw which made us love Italy and some that made us chuckle.

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Picolo police car

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The international sign for, “don’t drive your car into the canal”

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I have personally experienced this a few times in my life

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Poco beds

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Poco autos

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Roman toilets from centuries ago

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Toilets from 100 years ago

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Toilets from 50 years ago

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Today’s toilet comes with two seating options

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Our clothes drying in the bathroom

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A mickey mouse parade down main street in Amalfi

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Poco pickup truck

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An angry mannequin

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A “green” wind up auto

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Just think of the catchy jingles you could write for this product

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This is just wrong

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What do you think goes on behind these doors?

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If anyone knows what this is all about, I am all ears

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I LIKE this car!

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No gas drive offs at this station

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The sign says “open”

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Adult juice boxes. Why not?

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Coolest machine I have ever seen. Combo loader and dump. Neat!

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Cute little guy

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Lots of peasants everywhere. This one looks familiar.

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Dolce. Yes, the dolce.

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Cafe bar could teach Starbucks a lesson or two about coffee.

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Ancient gates to Genova and hundreds of motorbikes. How do you find your bike?

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Pane. Fantastico.

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Open air markets. Bene.

Ciao Italia.  Io amo l’Italia

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1 Comment

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One response to “Things you just don’t see in the states

  1. Kathleen Salvas

    That was funny! cute lil cars!

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