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... vans pull up into the main square to sell their wears. I enjoy looking around these markets, it was mostly clothes today, got myself a warm vest, think I will need it, the weather is becoming colder. No snow at this level yet, which is disappointing Liam. We could see some on the mountain tops, but it is snowing up North so it wont be long before he sees some.
We went for a stroll along Porto Recanati's beach front, a bit different to when we were here ...
We left Formia at around 10.30 for the trip north towards Florence.
The car was stacked up again and despite seemingly not to have any more stuff, we struggled to get it all in easily!
Not much to stay about the journey as was directly up the main A1 for 240 miles to Incisa, which is where we have booked to stay for 3 nights. Incisa is on the main train line to Florence, so ...
We're en route to Naples and broke the journey in Civitanova Marche, a delightful sea side town, which must buzz during the summer. Over this weekend they were hosting a festival of chocolate, I have never seen so many chocolate stalls in one location, all overflowing with delicious looking things......Dalmatians, shoes, tools and even things that looked like ...
... of the town ~ firemen, policemen, city officials. I wondered if any of them were mafia?
After dinner we went out onto the Piazza San Benedetto for one last time. Us girls still had to pose with a copy of "Fayette Woman" in order to get our picture in the local magazine. It was such a beautiful night out on the square and we were a lively bunch. We spent one last night in the black chimney room having wine together & being silly.
... the outside & juicy on the inside, I would definately be adding bacon to pork in the future. And now for the cookie, this was no ordinary cookie, it was baked like a brown & just coming out of the oven. A scoop of vanilla ice cream was added, it just didn't get much better than this!
After lunch "the clean up committee" decided to stay & enjoy the outside terrace, it was such a beautiful day. Ronnie was kind enough to open us ...