A neighborhood grocery right out of the early 1900s
Walking back to the bus terminal, one shop that caught my eye was a neighborhood grocery right out of the early 1900s. Floor-to-ceiling shelves and bins, packed tight, were fenced off by counters where attendants behind them were ready to fetch whatever you wanted. An older man, neatly dressed in sport coat and tie, greeted customers and kept order over the floor. Perfect film set for a shopping scene in an old seaport town.
Sorry, the address is not precise. Just wander!