Sign Language: Funny signs from the road


Diane Holmes of Potomac spotted this sign in Ravello, Italy. (Diane Holmes)

Diane Holmes of Potomac captured this sign on camera during a June trip to Italy. “It makes sense that a drugstore, retail and wine cafe would be in one location on the very steep, very narrow walking path to Villa Cimbrone in Ravello, Italy — but the connotation wasn’t lost to our American way of thinking!” she writes.

Seen an amusing sign in your travels? Read on.

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