CagliSeptember 13, 2018 in Italy ⋅ 25 °C
Getting pretty good now at the toll road system in Europe and easily found our way out of Ancona and to our new home just outside the small town of Cagli - a 16th century converted chapel at San Cristoforo. Our first attempt at Italian in the market and we came away with bread, ham and salad for lunch- success!
After its mid day ‘siesta’ we popped into Cagli and sat in a cafe people watching and was amazed to find that for a very small town it had a cathedral, a monastery with chapel with a painting of St Justine of Padua, and 4 other churches-well that’s all we managed to find!
Later we chilled on our awesome patio overlooking the garden with its vines, fig and assorted fruit trees and distant mountains whilst sipping wine as the sun set and we were treated to an awesome stary sky.
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