The day after Easter (Pasqua) in Italy is called "Pasquetta". Traditionally, almost every italian go out of town for a trip or at least, for a pic-nic. What we did is the most typical way to spend the day: we drove to the countryside near Custoza (a tiny village where we used to live until a couple of years ago) and joined some friends in their country home/bed&breakfast feast.
This is a superb "grigliata" with pork, lamb and salamelle (sausages).
I have been in Tuscany (back home) with my family and enjoyed the seaside for a few days. It was so nice, once back, to find your kind messages and wishes for a happy Easter. I hope you have spent a nice week-end and had a good time on Pasquetta. I'll be soon catching up with all of your entries...!
By the way, what is it you normally do on this day?