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le marche versus abbruzzo regions for vacation in late october-early nov.

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my wife and i are conflicted where to go during our vacation. we have already been to amalfi coast, naples, sicily, rome, lucca, and bologna. we loved all of it and now would like to try something else.
we heard abbruzzo was very hilly and le marche is further from rome where we will be arriving on oct 23 and staying in italy for 11 days. we were considering one of these regions but are flexible. we do like truffles.
we dont want to see any more museums, ruins, church's but would rather like to browse shops, be amongst the locals, dine amongst the local restaurants and be in a romantic/charming settings.
while we are not newlyweds we dont want to spend our time in italy living out of luggage and dont want to constantly be walking up and downs stairs and hills.
if anyone has been to both locations - we would welcome your recommendations & preferences- please tell us why you picked one over the other.
we are from the nyc and phila. pa, usa area.
please feel free to send a copy or your response to my email address - [email protected]
thank you!

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