Only two sketches to share, but hope to add more at a later date.
A European side street is always a quick reminder to the usual tourist that they are in fact not in the US anymore. Narrower than streets today, often with hand placed cobblestones that are determined to remain, even if it does mean taking a few ankles down with it.
As you're surrounded on three sides with ancient structures, most preferably alone, it's much easier to imagine living in the period when they were built. . . .
until you look to your right and you realize that's where your neighborhood's broken TV drop off yard is located. Imagine encountering that a few hundred years back.