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... Festival, and also puts on a big wedding party, Medieval style, called the Torta dei Fischi, an opulent event that re-enacts the marriage festivities of Count Fieschi with the Sienese noblewoman, Bianca de' Bianchi. The elaborate celebration includes period costumes, an impressive parade on horseback, and Medieval events like flag-throwing and jousting. It culminates in the cutting of the torta
(cake) for all to enjoy!
... vantage points; checked out the local church (listened to an organ playing & wondered about the lady & her dogs in church); found a new fruit & vege shop that had eluded us. We ate lunch in, finishing off the left-overs including the excellent porchetta and a fruit salad Lynda prepared.
A couple of Mojitos at out favourite bar then out for dinner at Dau Tincoa in the main Piazza. Beautiful meal once again.
A quiet day... just for a change!
... a small yet steep staircase to the side which led us to some petite, narrow residential alleys and backstreets. We eventually made it to an opening which revealed the other side of the marina where a handful of locals were basking in the sun escaping the plethora of over enthusiastic tourists. We spent a short time here enjoying the sun and soaking up some rays before making our way back to our accommodation.
Back at the hostel we made the acquaintance of a girl ...
... at 18.00 and headed for Lavagna, where I arrived at 20.00. My friends Joakim & Ebba welcomed me there with a few drinks and a really nice italian mix plate of ham, cheese, pesto, focaccia... really good stuff! We then went out for a beer (like every night so far :) Lavagna is a really small town with no tourists whatsoever, pretty nice with a calm night though! Distance traveled: 290 km Distance so far: 3870 ...
... anymore tracks until they are dry. We saw many people in La Spezia with arm casts and moon boots. Now I know why! We walked around Vernazza which is slightly larger than Corniglia. It has great clothes, jewellery, shoes and handbag shops. The indoor cafes, bars and restaurants were full so we took the train back to Corniglia for 1.80 Euro each. The local produce for sale is delicious. The region is famous for its white wine, dessert wine made from partially dried ...