Adria Hotel Bari
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Bari is a port town just above the heel of the boot of Italy. We arrived right on schedule (2:20 PM) and took a cab to our next AirBnB in the old city. When I say old I mean old. This little area of the original Bari is a maze of tiny streets and alley ways and dates back hundreds of years. The area is pedestrian only area so we got to haul all our luggage ...
... mostly locals living there, so when we wandered around the corner from where we were staying, the winding streets have washing hanging from the lines out from the balcony, people calling out to each other, and on the ground level the big heavy wooden doors were often open, showing a dark interior behind the lace curtain. There are small shops here and there selling some groceries, especially pasta, a tiny butcher shop, a fish stall, and our favourite, the ...
... to our 3 days there after this cruise. When we left in the evening we travelled along the waterfront (really close to everything) and people came from everywhere waving out to us. Seemed like we could almost touch them. Cameras were flashing everywhere.
Our first night on the Poesia was rather rough. In fact the roughest weather we have had at sea. Nice for a change! The Poesia ...
Before we left this morning we walked round the garden. We know that the present owner has had it for 13 years, but we think that before that it must have been a tropical garden of some kind, as there are some very old plants, and he must have taken it over and restored it. It is lovely and very unexpected. Our bill for the B&B and the 7 dish dinner and the privilege of seeing the garden ...
... a while before they allowed the passengers to embark. We had breakfast (included in the ticket price) and I rather enjoyed my cheese omelette even though it was a little hurried. We seemed to go from one queue to another and the wait in passport control at the port of Bari was tedious. The Italians, as we were very soon to discover have no perception of queuing so it is all a little haphazard with people trying to get in front of you. The 'key learn' ...