Residence dei Normanni

C.da Giannaricchiella s.n., Brindisi, Puglia, 72019, Italy | B&B
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A travel blog entry by pandajax365


Finally some pictures!! Friday night they had live music and dancing in the hotel bar, it was a lot of fun. The band was an italian police cover band. next weekend is a dire straights cover band! For valentines day, the hotel had a big dinner and we had no idea we were going until like 5 minutes beforehand, it was a surprise. they labeled our table …

Finally made it!

A travel blog entry by pandajax365


Hi!! I finally made it, despite my appendixless-ness! it's been a real busy couple of days. Sunday we got to Newark airport where i met up with Giacomo who i flew with for most of the way. The first flight i went on was just from Newark to Washington so the plane was tiny, and made me real nervous! but the second flight was a big jet and took about …

Salzburg - Venice

A travel blog entry by sueesposito

... for his 50th birthday. It was eerie walking through the tunnel that Hitler would be driven in his stately Mercedes to the brass covered lift. He was claustrophobic and scared of heights. The lift is cut directly into the mountain and the house was where many dreadful decisions were made with horrific consequences in WW11. Eve Brahns sister had her wedding reception there. I took off to the top for some wonderful views but couldn't help thinking about Hitler and that horrible ...

Alberobello and Ostuni

A travel blog entry by brsant


Alberobello is famous for its houses called trulli. Very middle Eastern looking, with a conical domed roof made out of the limestone that abounds in the area.. Whitewashed to stop leakages. Very quaint, but must have been hard to live in. No windows, with walls three metres thick. Water was drained into a cistern when it rained. We went inside one which had been modernised with a bath ...

Florence of the south

A travel blog entry by joanna.rath

Day trip from Alberobello to Lecce and Ostuni.

Lecce is in the Salentine Peninsula, the heel of Italy. The best way to describe Lecce is a baroque city as all its churches and palaces being 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 went to three and only went inside one - the ...


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