"After the boys of summer have gone..."
I see this picture again and the old song of Don Henley comes to my mind
I like Senigallia in Autumn. I'm sure that in the Summer it must be more "interesting" and crowdy with a nighlife that many places would be jealous of. But I like i this time of the year. Tranquility.
For the record, for readers that were very young at the 80's to remember, for whoever cares anyway, the song starts with seagull's sounds, very "summery", and it goes like this...
Nobody on the road, nobody on the beach
I feel it in the air, the summer's out of reach
Empty lake, empty streets, the sun goes down alone
I'm drivin' by your house, though I know you're not home
But I can see you - your brown skin shinin' in the sun
You got your hair combed back, and your sunglasses on, baby
And I can tell you, my love for you will still be strong
After the boys of summer have gone *The relaxing view of this sandy beach, where very little people are around and most of them are children playing with the sand and the plastic chicco toys and slides that are left there.
*The pizza margharita. They make in all the places in Italy this kind of pizza but the best I ate was there. But that's another tip.
*The beach is huge. It was there as long as my eye could see (well this may be a bit of an exageration but, yes, its hugely long).
*It awakes my romantic part of self.