Hotel Aurora e del Benessere
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– Another day at sea. As left Naples, we embarked on our longest sector between ports – Naples to Dubrovnik. It will take about the same time as when we sailed from Genoa to Naples, but the distance is greater and as you would guess with a little application of mathematics, we need to travel faster on this section of our voyage. And we are! In fact about twice as fast as when we sailed down the coast to ...
... on route, and arrived in Barri to have a quick 9 holes of golf. The course was nice but a bit dry and the midday temperature was a warm 29C. After a shower and a piece of pizza we headed south again to see the village of Alberobello. A strange town famous for it so called Trulli houses. Clearly designed for Hobbits they were originally farm huts which grew into being used as housing and even a Trulli church. ...
... of the old city at the gate to the city. However, when the map was installed, it was discovered the map dated from the late 19th century. So the square built by Mussolini in 1939 (the main square) was not on the map. But in true Italian style (the guide's words, not mine), they decided to leave the out-dated map in place.
On our way back to Alberobello, we took a detour to visit Ostuni - called the 'white city' due to its ...
From a distance, either north or south, Gallipoli was a strikingly white town out in the blue of the Mediterranean. Absolutely spectacular.
TT struggled with taking us to the information centre. Miles out. It also wasn't where the town map indicated, LP, and, in fact, was hidden away down a narrow street in the middle of the town. It was indicated accurately in the tourist brochure that ...
... wind and wandered along the front and through the town. Scattered throughout the village, and especially so closer to the harbour, were some absolutely magnificent homes set in stately gardens. Some still in use, others in need of repair. Quite a surprise given the smaller villages we'd driven through on the way south. Perhaps the extensive marina was the key, crowded with expensive ...