Albergo Hotel Orazio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We picked up our hire car from Termini and headed south to the area of Balisticata to meet up with Ornella's (Meg's friend from Alliance Francais) Father, Carmine, we were on schedule and met him at 2.20pm and immediately felt like friends. Laurie drove with Carmine and we followed him to a beautiful steep town built into the hillside, we were soon to find ...
... were in Sephora near the Spanish Steps where there was a huge, unruly, crowd of football supporters, it was a little unpleasant, and they left behind an awful mess. We went home and returned to the Antica Enoteca for a drink before dinner, and it had all been cleaned up. After a pre dinner drink we went to Osteria Margutta, it is in a nice, quiet street near the Spanish Steps. We were all delighted by the lovely service and good ...
... winding, there is no local transport. GianCarlo does a great, great job but truth be told it frightens me a bit.
One last visit to Dr. Patrizia, aka my new facebook friend, she gives us some medical supplies and instructs GC on what to do, we must also stop at the pharmacy for one more topical, they are sorry to see me go for sure.
We make our way over the Gargano Peninsula and ...
fascinating architecture. convergent lines, very geometrical.
We hike around castel del Monte. Through vineyards and along abandoned houses built of rubble.
We are not successful to find & buy a streetmap of Southern Italy. Instead we fight with google to download the map via the Hotel's WiFi. Unfortunately this is not the only fight with Google: they think the access to my mail is unauthorized. I cannot get in, I have no-one to complain to. Who do they think they are?!
... is the only day we’ve left to come here.” I explained to him that I was interested in finding out more about Matteo Cristiano, the revolutionary who had been quite famous in Castelgrande and beyond back in the 1600s. Nicola said that the Piazza they named in his honor was right next to the church, but that it wasn’t possible to drive a “big car like ours” there and that it would just be too complicated ...