Hi there all you travel lovers. If you're anything like me, there are few things in life better than a great city street. That feeling you get when you're walking down an avenue lined with restaurants and shops or culture or street art or something unique is really terrific. If I had the talent and time I'd love to make a book about each city's great street. But I don't. Oh well, I can still post here! So, with that said, what are your all-time favorite streets? Preferably give some annotation as to why it's so good, but after I gave directions last time and someone accused me of stepping on his personal freedoms, let me just say you can do what you like I'll give three of mine: 1. Avenida 9 de Julio, Buenos Aires. The widest street in the world (maybe) cutting an 18-lane gash in the heart of the city, with an obelisk in the middle and more photo ops than you could shake a stick at. Even my slack-jawed 7th graders are impressed when I show them pictures. 2. O'Connell Street, Dublin. The city's main street, with bullet-holed statues, a gigantic metal spire, and incredible width (50 meters wide), it would be awesome even if it didn't intersect with the river Liffey AND feature a bunch of restaurants. Pubs too I'm sure. 3. The Magnificent Mile, Chicago. Technically Michigan Avenue, I know. I went back to Chicago last March remembering how much I disliked the city when I had to live there, and this street is the main reason I changed my mind. Walking down it with a packed crowd on the St. Patrick's Day celebration truly was magnificent. So what do you fellas (and gals) have?