B&B Torre Squillace
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... but not to be lived in; a bit like English country cottages.
After Trulli we headed south again to Lecce where we booked into the 8puihotel, a very very modern hotel which is just fantastic. As the review which I looked at when I booked it said, "all hotels should be like this". It's both very modern and just works... We did have to move rooms to get an AC that did work but just down the ...
Day trip from Alberobello to Lecce and Ostuni.
Lecce is in the Salentine Peninsula, the heel of Italy. Lecce is described as the Baroque masterpiece of southern Italy as all its churches and palaces are built in the baroque style. It is referred to as the Florence of the south because of its baroque buildings and because they speak good Italian like the Florentines.
Lecce boasts 40 churches - nothing to boast about! Luckily we only ...
... city we visited, Martina Franca, was very cosmopolitan and appealing, but the shopping would kill me – class goods with a classy price, as well as many beautiful restaurants. We had an amazing dinner at one of their favorites, with no holds barred on courses! I limited myself to a pair of comfy flats, handmade ballet flats, and my feet are still thanking me. Almost impossible to pass on the handbags, they are truly things of beauty ...
... prominotory had a violent past, which was delicately referred to as "The Tragedy of 1480". It turned out that the Turks, after keeping the city under seige for 15 days, gained entry, then took the surviving townsfolk out and beheaded them! The tragedy was referred to at various locations around the town when explaining why this or that had happened, but we only found one reference which actually stated what had happened. ...
From a distance, either north or south, Gallipoli was a strikingly white town out in the blue of the Mediterranean. Absolutely spectacular.
TT struggled with taking us to the information centre. Miles out. It also wasn't where the town map indicated, LP, and, in fact, was hidden away down a narrow street in the middle of the town. It was indicated accurately in the tourist brochure that ...