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Monday in Macerata


Monday morning, a few sprinkles, then sun and big puffy white clouds. We visited a property we were scouting for our Palmabella's Italy Tours, then headed to Macerata. This is a sweet walled town with several impressive buildings and an amphitheater. We had a wonderful lunch, and wandered.

Back in Ascoli, we did some afternoon shopping, ate pizza for dinner and met a group of wine producers. Yet ANOTHER bottle of free wine, (along with the one we paid for). After dinner we were served some of the local fennel-flavored Meletti liquore home made by the chef.

Brad says I was verbose...

This is the friendliest Italian town we've ever seen!

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LOL you definitely were verbose but in Italian! Great talking to you Palma in either language. Divertiti!

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