Nonna Isa

Address: Vico Vittorio Alfieri , Ostuni, Puglia, 72017, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Vico Vittorio Alfieri , Ostuni.
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    Travel Blogs from Ostuni

    Day 14 - Nafplio

    A travel blog entry by aalljjaamm on May 12, 2015

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    Up early and to Tolo to catch cruise to Hydra and Spetses. Nice lunch in Hydra: fried zucchini balls, moussaka, former and meatballs in tomato sauce for J. Back late and dinner in our street: Karema Kastro: lamb souvlaki for A and swordfish souvlaki for ...

    Day 11 - Napflio

    A travel blog entry by aalljjaamm on May 09, 2015

    Up for our "big" breakfast that kept coming. Then to the archaeological museum. No need for lunch. Bus to Epidavros in the afternoon. Back for dinner at restaurant in our street at Karema Kastro: stuffed vine leaves, moussaka, baked lamb and Greek ...

    Day 10 - Patras to Nafplio

    A travel blog entry by aalljjaamm on May 08, 2015

    Not due in at Patras till around 1pm, though boat turns out to be late and we arrive at 3. Looking for the bus to the bus depot, to catch 4.30pm direct bus to Nafplio which we hope is running, we talk to a taxi driver. Only 7 euro to bus station so decide to go with him. He tells us that there is no direct bus and we'll have to go via Corinth. Anyway get him to take us to the bus station. Get there, and ...

    It's all downhill from here...

    A travel blog entry by kstephens on May 04, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... good coffee, we were on our way by mid morning. One of the most interesting - and beautiful - things about riding here is that there is no concept of suburbia. One moment you are riding down a cobbled street in a city, and then it's as though you've crossed an invisible line: you are suddenly in the fertile, green countryside. The ride today involved narrow back lanes among olive groves, rolling hills dotted with trulli and field after field of bright red poppies and ...

    Day Two: 70 km = sore butts

    A travel blog entry by kstephens on May 03, 2015

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    ... through the town. Known as the "White City" for these whitewashed, unique buildings, it was as surprising as Matera's architecture. The wine and food festival going on on the Main Street lured us down for some pre-dinner wine sampling and cards while we listened to too many repetitions of one piece of polka music while some natives danced for the crowd. Later, we wandered through the narrow alleys and walkways among the trulli, finally ...