Rumored to be the oldest paved street in New York City, this pedestrian-only cobblestone path lies rich in history between a row of revived buildings now occupied by several restaurants and bars. Home to various outdoor festivals and block parties, Stone
An ancient fortress by the Mediterranean Sea once home to a Roman Emperor, Split’s Diocletian Palace is a mighty sight. As my suitcase wheels struggled over the stone streets it was quickly obvious just how worn and trodden they were.
STONE STREET~ the oldest paved street in NYC, with the original cobblestones. Lined with restaurants and cafés, set with outdoor tables, this little pedestrian street is a quiet respite from the traffic of the city.