Hotel Degli Argonauti
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... all other measures of direction and it's agreed that we take the lead again, but this time we ended up in some cornfields! We all check the address of the hotel and I had made a mistake! It was all my fault due to the fact that I just put the street address in and did not include the town. Google maps tossed aside we follow Anthony with Francesca navigating. It took us 3.5 hours as opposed to 3. We check into the luxury hotel in the middle of nowhere and settle down ...
We are staying in a cave which is part of the old city of Matera. There are three sections to the room with all mod cons but within the original walls where people have lived for centuries. Lovely stone bath with plenty of hot water. Much appreciated after the long journey. Fascinating.
I slept for two hours after ...
... Big room, unfortunately with a view of their rubbish area not one of the sea or Mount Etna. Never mind the room is very comfortable and much easier for me to get around with it's flat floors not rocks!
Met Helen and Lorraine for a pre-dinner drink on the terrace which has magnificent views. An Aparol Spritz was 12 euros! They know how to charge!
Down to dinner at 7.30 pm. Nothing recordable just pleasant enough. And so to bed!
... going out to dinner at a local Trattoria - hope it stops raining!
About 8 of us got two taxis up to the restaurant.
Went for dinner and it had stopped raining. The trattoria we went to was so good. The food was unbelievable and kept on coming couldn't eat the dessert in the end. We had a magician to keep us amused that was very funny.
Taxis and back to the cave!
... and had a great view over the City.Parked the coach in the coach park and we were taken by three mini buses to our hotel called Le Grotte della Civita. What an experience our room goes back and back and back deep into the hillside. Bedroom and table area first, then down to the toilet and bidet then down to a "flintstones" hand basin and massive showerhead, and then down to a beautiful bathtub. Being ...