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Trip Report Jamikins and Bikerscott in Le Marche and the Dolomites

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Hello fellow Fodorites!

We are off yet again and have just spent the last week in Le Marche at our favourite place La Tavola Marche www.latavolamarche.com

Scott hasnt had time to write up his usual blog posts but thought I would share our photos:

The first 72 photos are from Le Marche:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/pug_girl/sets/72157634528008046/

Highlights so far:

- Butchery course where we butchered a pig with a true Italian pic farmer and had lunch and spent the day with his lovely family
- Did a Gelato course, learning how scientific it is - made beer, tomato and basil, and fig sorbet and chocolate, vanilla and gorganzola gelato - YUM!
- spent the day canning tomatoes
- enjoyed great food and wine in the least touristed area of Italy that we have been to
- attended the Appechio seafood and beer fest

Loved every minute. We are now in the Dolomites in Ortisei and looking forward to a weekend of enjoying what this very different region has to offer!

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