I Calanchi Country Hotel & Restaurant
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The countryside surrounding Petritoli is just beautiful. Rolling green hills stretching for miles, fold into each other interupted every so often by the pale yellow cliffs, framed by the blue sky and Adriatic Sea to the east, and the dark shapes of the Sibillini mountains, snow capped during the winter months, to the west. Distant hilltop villages and towns are highlighted by the sunshine and their yellow clay lights up and contrasts sharply with the greens ...
... first shop we notice is a camera shop where I pay E27 for A Nikon branded mini USB. Sarnano is a perfect town for a coffee. A hill town with a labyrinth of tiny curved streets, every building seems to have been restored to perfect condition. After descending from Sarnano the road eventually straightens and more and more commercial and industrial enterprises start to appear. We stop for coffee and pizza a taglia ...
... is quite steep, and Helen walks some of it. A bus load of walkers have been disgorged from a bus, and are high above us on the slopes of Mt Vettore. The view from the pass is magnificent. Jackets are on for the descent because there is a chill in the air and we bomb down with the enormous cliffs of Vettore looming up into the clouds on our left. We continue through dense forest, most of the time in shade on a winding undulating quiet road, ...
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 ...
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 ...