Miceneo Palace Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... is harder for some. So we won’t be staying in Italy to live – but still believe we are having the experience of a lifetime with most days being SO very good.
Anyway, back to Matera. The city centre is lovely – however at the back of it are the Sassi – which is a whole mountain side of dwellings built into the caves. There are churches, houses, wells and so on. The photos will let you see ...
It was great to wake to blue skies this morning. The road from Matera south was tremendous for 46 kilometers to Metaponto at the sea. Then the problem. We had thought we would continue south along the coast through Calabria to the toe of the boot, but the coast road turned out to be a restricted access highway with no bikes allowed. We did the obvious thing, we went into the only store and had the helpful shopkeeper make us delicious ...
Beautiful ride in the morning through rolling hills to the town of Gravina in Puglia. The overcast skies caused us to stop for a couple of cafe lattes. The next 30 kilometers were glorious. The sun came out, the terrain was gently sloping downhill though rural farm land, almost no traffic, smooth ...
... and this time more modern geometric styles. A quick discussion with the owner and we were sure we wanted one, and also found out that the Hungarian F1 had just finished, and Ricciardo had just won! We continued on foot to look through the rest of the lower area of the town, knowing that we could come back in the morning to buy the lamp.
Another hour or so later we made it back to the BnB. We sat down and tried to catch up a little on the blogs - we were ...
... you turned. Potted flowers may have been a town law. Tiny alleyways took you up and down and around, with a dumo in the middle – a mix of Italy, Morocco and Greece.
The south is extremely different than the north, flat, arid, filled with olive trees and surprisingly, cactus. Some of the small towns we drove through looked like Beirut after an evacuation. Granted, it may have been ...