Category Archives: Corinaldo

The Englishwoman visits an olive press, the Frantoio Brignoni

Having mastered their opening times, we drove down to the Frantoio Brignoni, which is based on a small industrial estate (Zona Artigianale) at the bottom of Corinaldo’s hill, to buy a bottle of their excellent local olive oil. We like to … Continue reading

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The Englishwoman eats at the Nova Taberna

This trendy new restaurant opened recently and we are keen to support the friendly young couple in charge, Giada and Aldo, as we think they are very bravi. They have spent time in Cork in Ireland and consequently they speak English. … Continue reading

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The Englishwoman admires Corinaldo’s Infiorata and walks in the Corpus Christi procession 

On the first Sunday in June we arrived at our little local church,  Sant’Apollonia, only a bit late (the Chelsea Fan has observed that Mass and football matches always begin on time in Italy), as usual, only to find it … Continue reading

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Palazzi nobiliari di Corinaldo/Corinaldo’s historic houses.

Il dépliant dell’Albergo Diffuso, che elenca alcuni palazzi nobiliari corinaldesi,  ci ha ispirati a farne il giro a piedi. Abbiamo cominciato col Terreno, la piazza alberata alla sommità della città.  Questa piazza ci ha delusi al nostro primo arrivo; “dov’è il caffè?”, … Continue reading

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The Englishwoman goes to a private view/La vernice di Eugenio Morganti

We were intrigued by this postcard and, as Corinaldo’s unofficial blogger, I decided to attend the private view, or rather opening – anyone could come. We arrived somewhat later than the advertised start time and waited. People drifted into the … Continue reading

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The Englishwoman at the launch of the Enoteca de Scuretto

Sara and Elisa, the admirable owners of the Osteria de Scuretto, had decided to complement their Osteria with a wine-shop, or enoteca, selling local good quality wines and other specialities – limoncino (like limoncello), pasta, olive oil and more. They therefore issued … Continue reading

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The Englishwoman buys lunch and swims in Corinaldo

Come and join us as we shop, relax and swim in Corinaldo. We usually go shopping for lunch and supper first before it gets too hot. That means you need to get into town at about 11.30 to give yourself … Continue reading

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