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Monday, May 24, 2010

Sicilian Festival - Little Italy, San Diego - Sunday, May 23, 2010

The Sicilian Festival in San Diego's Little Italy has gotten to be quite a big deal. For me at least, I think it's gotten a bit too commercialized compared to what it was many years ago, but it does draw a huge crowd, and everyone seemed to be having a good time. It was fun to walk around for a few hours, and we had some good food too. They even had a carrettu that looked pretty nice, but the horse, I think, has seen better days.

Here's a bit of the detail from the back of the cart.

The whole experience was certainly lively and colorful, and it was crowded.

She sure got a lot of attention.

I wonder if any of these dancers are actually of Italian heritage, but they do put on a good show.

Just in case you got this far and still hadn't figured out about the horse, here's a better view. He was definitely not going anywhere.

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