This little town was said to be one of the most beautiful in Italy. The white cobblestoned streets and baskets of red flowers were very pleasant, and it was almost deserted.
Except for this guy fixing his roof.
When we first arrived, we walked down the main street and were confused by all the fake flower shops. They looked garish, all bright colours and shiny petals. We soon learned that this was 'confetti' - almonds covered in a sweet layer. These sweets were originally handed out at weddings, lending to the English use of the word confetti. They were also delicious.
Upon returning to our hotel, we ate more confetti. It's seriously good.