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... It's are area where people built homes in the limestone caves. Unfortunately, we arrived there around 5 pm. Everyone was tired and disappointed to arrive in a fairly large city (60,000) rather than driving up to see cave houses. We scored a parking place right across from the tourist office and learned that we could get a tour for 20 euros each. It was just too late in the day, so we opted for the scenic view ...
... site of Alberobello, as well as the nearby hill top towns of Locortondo and Martina Franca, and the sassi of Matera (also a designated World Heritage site) in the neighboring region of Bascilicata. I also wanted to see the Grotte di Castellana, considered one of the most impressive in Italy, and was hoping to do some of this by bike!. There were a few other places on the list that I optimistically thought I might get to but it did ...
... a fine. I re-traced my steps to a kiosk and purchased 1.5 hours of tickets. Back up the hill to put them in the car and we were OK!
Back at the apartment Emma had less of a positive start to the day, while having a shower the hot water service (also located in the bathroom) had decided to release number of litres of water via its safety valve. The water had stayed on in the bathroom, but had soaked some Emma clothes and her toiletries ...
... and different. We then went and got a drink and I ordered a mocktail which was delicious. It then was time to get off the boat and go to Bari. We got off the ship and walked from the port to the main road where there was lots of activity happening. We spotted a litlle, blue train car and asked how much it was. The lady said it was 10 euro and that it would take us on a tour of Bari. We decided ...
Today dad and I played trivia .One question was "What was the signature food of split?" I said banana split but my dad did not believe me but I was right. Lunch time was fantastic! There was chocolate fountains, fairy floss, ice cream, chocolate strawberries, cakes and ice sculptures. Relaxed at pool for the rest of the day and then had dinner. Then went to Fun ...
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