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Amazing Views, Amazing Day!

We spent the day with our Le Marche map and GPS driving from beautiful vista to gorgeous view, from hill towns to the valleys between, and loving every minute! The weather was perfect, and there was every shade of green imaginable!

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We fell in love with the sweetest little walled town of Fratte Rosa! I found a perfect little house to dream of there!

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Next we stopped for coffee and market day in San Lorenzo in Campo.

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We ended up in Corinaldo for a lovely lunch!

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We had another beautiful ride home through different little roads!

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Onions, green hills and the Adriatic in the distance!

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Then back to Giulia's!

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Valle Nuova in the distance...

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I'm getting kind of used to this!

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Comments (5)

Marcia:

Truly lovely pictures, Palma, we do need to move LeMarche up the list. Say hi to Brad, enjoy the rest of your trip.

Robert Santa Monica:

Fabulous views! I am loving your blog. Thanks.

Thanks Palma for all the gorgeous views. I'm dying to go back to Le Marche. Looking forward to hearing all the details.

sandrac:

Gorgeous photos, Palma!

wendy and Rob Mari:

Love your poppy images, and all those lush green fields. Thank you for sharing all of your images and wonderful moments. Baci

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