Agriturismo casa Panetta
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... to get in to find the car park. It did seem that there may have been a demonstration on – near to the market area – so very busy. As we continued into the town it continued to be busy with many students around – maybe school had just been let out because of the strike??protest – who knows. Anyway once we managed to find the car park it was fine and a lot quieter later in the day on the way ...
... fresh mozzarella and prosciutto on fresh panini ( 2 euros each ) and discussed our options with maps in hand. We ultimately decided to head north and spend our last week in Puglia along the coast. We finished the day in a hotel where we were their only guests and momma made the three course dinner. It took us 88 km to do what we could have done in 40, hence the "weak pin" but a tough day. Pictures of some of our favorite road signs ...
... a huge tailwind. We averaged over 30 kilometers per hour to our destination of Matera. Life is good.
Matera is literally carved from limestone bedrock. Our hotel room, as much of historic Matera, is a manmade grotto in the cliff wall.
Tomorrow we head back to the coast.
... and this time more modern geometric styles. A quick discussion with the owner and we were sure we wanted one, and also found out that the Hungarian F1 had just finished, and Ricciardo had just won! We continued on foot to look through the rest of the lower area of the town, knowing that we could come back in the morning to buy the lamp.
Another hour or so later we made it back to the BnB. We sat down and tried to catch up a little on the blogs - we were ...
While getting gelato for dinner an Italian American man from Jersey – evident by his tattoo and hair covered arms and chest bulging from his worn wife beater – chatted us up. His father was with him and grew up in one of the trullis back in the 30s. I asked him what a winter was like and he shook his head and said, “not easy.” They had no running water, ...