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Sunday in San Ginesio

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Our morning excursion began after breakfast when we headed to Amandola, Sargnano and San Ginesio. Brad drives right through these little tiny hill towns with our gigantic station wagon, and often encounters steep hills, and small arched openings. Some of these, I just have to shut my mouth and hope for the best...

We enjoyed market day in San Ginesio, where I got an Italian flag bandana for Luigi.
Cappuccino and a bottle of water were 1 euro, and there is a pretty church, baptistry and bell tower.

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There was a slight mishap, as I moved near the a wall to avoid a car on a tiny street, and a metal shutter hook jumped out of the wall and ripped my arm... It was nothing a couple of band-aids and some Neosporin couldn't fix.

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Back in Ascoli for a late lunch. The Antique Faire was going strong until 8 p.m. We enjoyed some shopping, piazza time, a light dinner at Trattoria Arengo and then hours of fun with a group of young singles in a bar. I have some new Facebook friends who wanted to learn the "secrets of a happy marriage"!

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