Agitur Casa Club

Address: Via Montesanto, 31/C, Peschici, Puglia, 71010, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via Montesanto, 31/C, Peschici.
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Travel Blogs from Peschici

Matera to Vieste

A travel blog entry by heatherandjohn on May 18, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... and other
market garden style crops. We hit the coast at the city of Bari, a huge port
with innumerable high rise flats along its outskirts. As we left Bari, driving north
along the coast, the land gave way to manmade salt flats with huge mountains of
salt and white egrets wading in the shallow pools. We could begin to see the
Promontorio del Gargano rising above the rest of the landscape.

The final part of the journey ...

Ferry to Athens

A travel blog entry by aingram on May 14, 2015

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We are now on board a 26 hour ferry to Athens. It is a very big ship but there is less to do on it than the Interislander. We have just been chilling out in our rooms and playing Uno up on deck with some others from our group. We aren't due to dock until 2pm tomorrow so it's going to be a ...

Day 27 - At sea all day, not in Italy

A travel blog entry by anthonydowell on May 11, 2015

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... sea sick today. Max is also a bit this way, so I ventured up for lunch with some people we have met from WA, Leslie and Tony. They have become our surrogate "Phil and Sue" friends. Tonight (depending on Max's sea sickness) we have been invited for the second of the "Best of the Best" dinners with the Captain. Captain Carl departed in Venice ...

Pilgrimage!

A travel blog entry by sinfronteras on Dec 11, 2014

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... in the late afternoon after a fun-filled and frenetic morning as I talked about in the previous blog. We made our way from Rome to Foggia on the high-speed train. This baby cuts through the countryside at about 150mph—quite the experience. The first two hours we covered the most ground. The last hour was less high speed and more rocking, swaying and jostling speed (made me a bit motion sick). In any case we arrived ...

Road chaos in Italy

A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Nov 17, 2014

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... the wall, then realised and stopped) we though better of it and raced around the distracted crowd to get out of there. The vehicular craziness didn’t seem to stop there. Italian’s soon proved their reputation as Europe’s most, uh, interesting drivers. It soon became apparent lane lines, traffic signals, speed limits and any form of courtesy is thrown out the window once on ...