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... 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 ...
... tradesmen, merchants, aristocrats and clergy. The peasant houses now have the best view so sell for more than the others. Saw lots of very old olive trees, as most of Italy's olive oil comes from this region of apuglia. The trunks look deformed and gnarled, because they are pruned every second year, but never replaced. Northerners were taking them so now they are protected. Dinner at night ...
... could easily be taken down.
This afternoon we drove to the town of Locorotondo, about 20 minutes from Alberobello. Locorotondo is a pretty little town and the view from the Panoramic Garden is fabulous. We all had a gelato, paid for by Albatross.
Back in Alberobello, we visited a winery. The general comment was that the wine was not very ...
The next 10 days (!) were spent in a place called Torre Carne at the top the heel on the Adriatic coast. We decided we wanted to cut back a bit on the driving and chill out. We found an amazing spot to camp - a sosta which was basically empty so we got the (only) pitch right on the beach. And there was a park on the sand too! Phoebe was in heaven and so were we as we could keep an eye on her from the van and really relax. The sea was a lovely ...
... only stopped about an hour before we arrived. While it was no longer raining, it was bitterly cold. I've been very lucky with the weather - warm, sunny days up to now.
Alberobello is a UNESCO heritage listed town because of its Trulli houses. Trullo is Italian for 'cone' and the houses look like bee hives. After leaving Castel del Monte we started to see Trulli houses but Alberobello has the greatest concentration of Trulli houses. The whole city centre is a mass of ...
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