The smoke emanates from these little stalls selling deliciously succulent roast chestnuts. They are a common sight all over Europe at this time of the year, of course, but I’d never seen them being roasted in metal buckets before, from which the glistening brown morsels emerge all white, dusted with a fine covering of ash. Maybe this bucket-roasting technique is the reason why they are not in the least bit dry and so easy to peel.
…pygmy fire hydrants
…cute little kiosks
…citrus trees in the streets
...and, you’ll have been waiting for this… THE FAMOUS TRAM!