Antica Villa La Viola

Address: Viale Marche 19, Lecce, Puglia, 73100, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Viale Marche 19, Lecce, is near The Awaiting Table.
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    Travel Blogs from Lecce

    Lecce me tell you about...

    A travel blog entry by johnjeed on Jul 16, 2015

    2 comments, 58 photos

    ... between the Middle age and 19th century. There are also the substantial remains of a large roman amphitheater that accommodated over 25,000 persons.

    This was the hottest day of our trip so far. The temperature in Lecce was hovering around 38 degrees. Not a cloud in the sky.

    Stewart was quite keen for us to go to a games store that sold “Skylanders”. We headed off in search of that ...

    Siesta

    A travel blog entry by johnjeed on Jul 15, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... was quite limited and so of cause is our Italian. We managed however to get some great local dishes that we had not tried before, without trading Selma for the Cheese platter. "Vorremmo scabbier quest piccolo rages per la schema di formaggio".

    The language has caused us quite a lot of amusement. Stewart and I came across one particular sign on the way back to our apartment that forced us to stop to take a photograph.


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    Heading to the Heel of the Boot

    A travel blog entry by johnjeed on Jul 14, 2015

    19 photos

    ... to the platform. Anyway we made it aboard on time.

    The trip to Brindisi was over 6 hours long. The train travelled quite close to the Adriatic coastline. The sea is very calm here. There are long stretches of sandy beach. These are covered in umbrellas and many people could be seen swimming. Off the coastline we saw several oil platforms. The train passed through open flat farm land growing grapes, olives and wheat. The towns had a lot of ...

    Living the Italian dream in the heel

    A travel blog entry by chantell87 on Jun 24, 2015

    15 photos

    ... rock formations. Here I started with a jump in from above that was a bit higher than my normal comfort level but nothing too crazy. We swam in some caves and through an opening to the ocean. Here was much bigger rocks to jump from. After watching Nadya complete the jump twice and having been curious I decided to try. It was much higher looking when you get to the top. I stood up there for awhile wondering when I would allow my feet to leave ...

    Cisternino Day five

    A travel blog entry by robynbee on Jun 23, 2015

    1 photo

    ... returned to Cisternino and found the fresh fish shop, the man was just about to open and he started to put up all his fish and squid and mussels etc. talk about fresh!
    I bought two nice whole fish for dinner and some shelled raw mussels. Well I made some mussel fritters for the entree and fried the whole fish with seasoning and fresh basil for our main. Both a success story with a nice salad!!
    From Robyn in ...