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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
We were inspired to visit this area by an article in the Daily Torygraph (alias Telegraph), which I saw on Facebook, extolling the delights of Gabicce Mare and the San Bartolo nature reserve (parco naturale). About time too! Le Marche … Continue reading
I usually like to sight-see conscientiously, guide-book in hand, but this time we just wandered round as our fancy took us. As you would expect from the former seat of papal government, Macerata has a number of fine monumental buildings … Continue reading
This blog first appeared in Original Marche . Thanks to Angela for inviting me to contribute to her blog, which is indeed original as it deals with lesser-known aspects of Le Marche, and introduces readers to local artists and unusual recipes. … Continue reading
My Italian friend and fellow blogger Angela kindly took the Chelsea Fan and me round this modestly charming seaside resort, to the south-east of Monte Conero and in the regional Parco del Conero. Sirolo is also an ancient citadel against pirates and … Continue reading
Informattiva Corinaldo Intervista a Matteo Principi, sindaco di Corinaldo. Senz’altro i Corinaldesi vogliono creare un sistema che produca anche turisti felici!