When we visited Dario's family in Pesaro they took us out for a dinner of piadina, a typical food from the region. It's half-way between a burrito and a panino: a tortilla-like flatbread filled with meat and cheese and other toppings.
The dinner was actually in the nearby town of Fano, which for some reason was teeming with Romans. Or a reasonable facsimile thereof. I must say, they looked rather more student-ly than warrior-like.
On their way to conquer more beer.
Apparently, this is an annual tradition, one weekend per year. Still — this is far more toga action than I’ve ever seen in ROME!
Honoring the gods of shopping (too bad he's not wearing Nikes).
I appreciated all of the wacky-dress photo ops, as we needed to walk off some of that piadina poundage.
Outside of a frat party, where have you seen togas in action? ;)