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... to restaurants, supermarkets, etc, we wandered up,through the town to take a look. Spello, along with a few other towns in this region, had been hit by violent earthquakes back in 1997 and a rebuilding project had been undertaken, so although the style of many of the buildings looked like they had been built a few hundred years ago, they were actually only 20 years old. So the town looked new and old at the same time. We wandered around for a couple of hours, but ...
... hilltop villages of Marche we arrived.
Petritoli is a medieval village perched on a hilltop 358 metres above sea level in the Fermo province of Le Marche in central Italy between the Adriatic Sea and the Sibillini mountains.The village is 16km away from the Adriatic coast and its many cute seaside villages.
Petritoli was founded by the Farfense monks around the year 1000 originally named Castel Rodolfo, maybe from the name of a feudal monk.
... with the Yorkshire lads Mark, Ash and Robyn and the banter is jolly but my legs are burning. I should be enjoying the few flat kilometres of the four weeks and yet I'm hanging on the back. Thankfully we stay dry and press on to Spoleto to our hotel which has seen better days. There is, however, a lovely courtyard and I drink more beer and eat crisps and nuts and think that I will definitely diet tomorrow.
... on Thursday with no problems. We got there late so we all quickly headed to bed so we were fresh and wide awake for our wine tour.
We were so lucky the whole weekend we had beautiful weather. Good thing too because it allowed us to see the great view. The B & B was at the top of a mountain allowing us to look down into the valley for a amazing view of the Piedmont area. It was definitely a great place to wake up to for the new few mornings. The B & ...
Today we ventured further afield to visit Ascoli Piceno, and explore the old town. We took the little tourist train to get the most out of the visit, which started from the main square - where a lot of the beautiful buildings are built in travertine marble. We also had a chance to try their famous stuffed olives which were yum ...