Agriturismo casa Panetta
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Saturday 16th May
On Friday evening, over a delicious meal of local fish (I had sword fish) and Mediterranean style vegetables at the local restaurant, we decided to head back north. But before we did, we would head east to see two of the sites on my "what I want to see in Italy" list, the city of Matera and the Trulli of Alberobello.
We arrived at the campsite ...
... from getting too excited. Tim arrived about 3:45 so the family was finally all together and ready to vacate! Flight to Munich was fine, most of us watched a movie, ate a typically poor airline dinner and tried to sleep, Margot most successfully with some chemical help. Flight was in early to Munich which actually gave us time to get a quick breakfast before our flight to Bari, which was similarly ...
... of Italy. The government relocated everyone out of the Sassi and into new housing developments, approximately 20,000 people were moved. In the 90's UNESCO declared it a world heritage site and gradually people started returning and doing up some of the dwellings. Although it is popular it still has a charm about it as it has not been over done and there is still much left in its original state. This may change quite quickly ...
... bars in my bag. Dave took even longer as he was frisked at security.
We got a couple of filled baguettes for lunch to eat on the plane which turned out to be a good idea and they were actually very nice. Very smooth flight to Rome however that is where things slowed down or speeded up depending on what we were doing. Once we had picked up our bags we made our way to Avis checkin to pick up our cars. That was ...
... is WONDERMAN with his driving – no kidding. I should add here that the longer we have been here – especially in the South – the more we are hearing about dissatisfied Italian – angry with the government and the economy. Young people can’t find work and locals say they need a couple of Mussolini’s to get Italy organized. There you go! Not that the people aren’t nice to us, but ...