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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!
... flatbread and pastries from the Bar Centrale and sat in the park to eat it before starting on our hike. Both Margherita and some of the locals in Monterossa confirmed that this trail was indeed open, and this is one of the things we came here to do. Or at least one of the things _I_ came here to do.
All of the coastal trails on the Cinque Terre site are listed as “easy” to “moderate.” They’re all also listed as “closed.” The only one ...
... heck again today...up at 39 degrees...and there was a lot of uphill climbing. Stopped in the second to last village for lunch and wine where I found a local dish, little handmade noodles stuffed with pine nuts and vegetables. ...now Jeff is making it for us for ...
... 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 ...
... were a lot of people there. There are tour groups visiting all the towns which means there are a mass of people arriving all at once. We checked out the beautiful views and walked to where the path to Coniglia is supposed to start. You can see where the landslide has affected access. There wasn't anyone working on the problem. The only work we saw was being done by 4 senior citizens who were making an amazing dry wall at the start ...