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... archway under the clock and down hill on the main road to Macerata, a major town about 30 km from the Adriatic coast. We are actually headed to the Abbadia di Fiastra which is only 37 km away, and 12 km short of Macerata. This is a reasonably busy road, gently undulating through forest, farmland, and small towns with associated businesses and industries. We stop for coffee and cake at the hill town of ...
... We have checked out the beach and its very nice and tomorrow we shall go and check out some of these wee towns scattered around this district. 9th September 2015 Got up a bit later and after breakfast we went riding to Portonovo, a small settlement on the beach. It was 30km of steep hills and amazing scenery. We had a coffee stop and a sausage roll and cream bun before tackling the 5km climb out of Portonovo. I don't think I would have got up the hill otherwise. This coast is ...
As we were coming to the end of our stay in Macerata, we took some snaps of the lovely aparthotel where we stayed. We'd also seen some Roman ruins on our travels so went back to visit them and discovered an amphitheatre used as a venue for concerts ...
... get it wrong it can break their wrist !! The scoring is as per tennis, and it's basically a power play to see which team can keep the ball in play - making use of the 50 ft wall to play against. Best of 12 games. It was great to see a traditional game still being played, with what seemed the whole town coming out to support their various teams/contrada :) Hopefully the photos give you a flavour of the ...
Time to catch up with my blog - I'm really overdue writing an entry - so sorry for those that are following :)We left Tuscany on the 30th July and headed for the Marche region over on the east coast of Italy. We'd seen an Alex Polizzi program about it previously and decided to include the region on our trip - and we were really glad we did as we both loved it. We stayed in Macerata - known as the "grande dame" of the region. It is famous for its opera festival held in the ...