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Travel Blogs from Rodi Garganico
Puglia is the antithesis of Amalfi. It's unassuming and laid back – no upscale shops, no celebrity sightings. The town of Peschici is simple and charming. It’s the kind of place that feels comfortable and familiar, a place that you can dig into and enjoy. The women wash laundry by hand and proudly hang it on lines outside their homes. Children ride scooters up and down the streets with their dogs not far behind. One ...
... fruit and olives. Restocked, we set off for the southern shore of the Gargano. Our plan was to travel along the coastal road counter-clockwise, bypassing Manfredonia, stopping in Vieste, and passing through Peschici on the way to our hotel - west of Rodi Garganico. Along the way we saw our first coastal fish farm and our first cactus farm (all planted in neat rows). The trip along the coast, including stops for photos, a walk around Vieste, and side ...
... site on the outskirts of the city. After setting up, we took a tram ride into Milan, hoping to catch the tourist information in order to plan the next few days. We arrived at the reasonably impressive Duomo square, and cathedral. The square being the centre of Milan, unsurprisingly is packed with tourists trying to get that perfect shot of the rather impressive cathedral. After a wonder around the square we headed up towards the Castle, and tourist ...
We left Naples, and headed toward the other coast of Italy. The first stop was Foggia. This is the town where Tom's maternal grandfather was born. We don't know how long he lived here. The ship's record says he lived in a town farther north when he came over America. We drove through the center of town. It was very crowded and difficult to find a place to park, so we didn't stop.
After Foggia, we ...
... en semi liberté, leurs crinières ondulant avec les bourrasques : on approche du sommet, le sommet du Gargano a plus de 1 000 m d altitude , la montagne Chauve.
Un troupeau de chèvres et les chiens du berger, bien menaçant, nous barrent un peu la route.
Le vent froid prend nos ames , Tommaso n'est pas habitué à ces conditions, moi un peu plus. Mais, le sommet se dévoile avant que le brouillard le couvre.
La haut , Eole souffle ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed