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September 21, 2005

Eurochocolate Festival Begins October 15 in Perugia, Italy


Where will you be that day?

Haven't anything better to do?

Why not party, Italian–style, in Perugia?

The festival runs nine days, through October 23.

Last year about 900,000 people attended so you're almost guaranteed to find someone of like mind there.

But then, just by being there you're among kindred spirits, aren't you?

Among other things there are exhibitions of centuries–old documents related to chocolate, a "choco-reality show" pitting 10 chocolatiers against one another in a series of culinary competitions and endless tasting.

Best part: it's free.

But if you like you can buy a Chococard for $6.35 here, which gives you access to special deals.

Assuming you speak Italian, that is: the website's in the mother tongue.

But you can read the fractured computer English translation here if you prefer.

And to put you in the proper frame of mind even if you can't make it to Italy this year, consider that the Eurochocolate folks have unilaterally declared October 12 "Chocolate Day."


You could look it up.


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