Miceneo Palace Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 8217;s. It all looked very cosy but difficult to imagine a family of six plus a horse and some livestock all living there at the same time.
We walked down to the bottom of the gorge and up the other side to get a better view of the whole town. After our picnic lunch watching a red kite glide on the thermals, we wandered back to the town and explored even more of the town before heading back to the campsite.
... on time. From Bari airport, two trains and a two hour layover got us to Matera by 3:15, famished for lunch. But our taxi from the station to the hotel (Loconda di San Martino) was a real eye opener. We'd already heard we'd be sleeping in a cave, but Matera is an amazing town literally built into the sides of a couple of steep ravines. The buildings were carved from and built of tufa, a sort ...
... Owner spoke quite good English. Had a delicious coffee and sweet fruit pastry plus freshly squeezed orange juice. Met up with Dave, Christina and Ella and planned what would do for the day. Unfortunately very cold and cloudy, only about 13 degrees high all day. Walked towards the valley below the town for amazing views of Matera and also the oldest part. Many wild flowers, large cactus and saw a local with a huge bunch of ...
... to Toulouse airport. Could not find it on our GPS - worked out the airport must have been quite new. Dropped the cars off very easily, quite a difference to our experience later on in Italy when we had to pick up our next cars. Check in more rigorous than when we left Paris. I had forgotten I had two cans of Orangina in my bag so got pulled up about having liquids. The French guy was very nice and joked about the number ...
... better Phil.
We set off for Matera which is about one hour away to the southwest. It has been voted in as another one of the amazing cities of Italy – this one has been UNESCO listed as a World Heritage site because of its 'SASSI' (which means stones) but it is actually a whole old city built into the caves/mountainside. And what a sight it truly was. The drive into this town was actually crazy – SO ...