I’ve just come back after a short break in Italy, visiting my sister and friends. Despite some grim and rather nasty weather (which is rather unlikely for Italy) we had a lovely time and PLENTY of delicious food. In those few days hours without rain, we managed to visit few lovely places. Today, I’ll just mention one of them, the town called Corinaldo (Marche region) because it is very appropriate due to upcoming Halloween. To be honest I never was fan of Halloween, I guess because it’s not in our culture to celebrate this event. But this medieval and renaissance city, with the best preserved walls in the Marche (XIV-XV centuries), nearly a kilometre of fortification with doors, ramparts and towers, combining with the grim and grey weather at the time sets the perfect mood for this event. Looks like the locals take Halloween very seriously or, perhaps, it is just an extra reason for a good party.
As we were together with my sister and she made much better photo evidence of our day out, I’m just going to be lazy and re-use her material below. Thank you, Sis 🙂