This shop window in Arezzo was too good to be true when Lili pointed it out to us yesterday.

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I don’t envy the Italians trying to spell English. I do wonder what it would mean, however, to Fly Through The Future. And how the mannequins might help with that.

Maybe they’ve jumped off the brutalist architecture like Don Draper.

Much to Ponder.

But wait… Now there’s more!

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Two signs from Venice.

Betty and Wilma (wow!) Relax and Friends; and the casino below allows us either to be supremely happy or utterly depressed. I wonder why.

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Here is an establishment (Tuchulcha) under renovation in the ridge-top town of Cortona:

From Cortona: Best not to have the Lounge without the Groovy, or the Groovy without a Lounge...

From Cortona: Best not to have the Lounge without the Groovy, or the Groovy without a Lounge…

But will they change the unpronounceable name (referring to an Etruscan daemon), or the absurd tag-line?

Then there’s this helpful sign from the beach north of Forte dei Marmi:

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“lock” for “lack”; a miracle of vowel-substitution in the translation.