Borgo San Marco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... completing their houses, that's why you see so many unfinished houses being lived in!
Back to the trulli houses - one was only 14 square meters in total and with a family of seven living in it - 3 slept upstairs, 4 down stairs, the kitchen the size of a closet and toilet outside. The walls are white washed limestone and the roof is like a grey slate stone stacked into a cone shape. As you walk up and down the street of ...
... is that down south in Italy is very different from the well known areas of Tuscany, Lakes, Dolomites etc. Will see what Sicily brings. 6.11.12 Alberobello to Crotone. Pouring rain, windy, but we got into the car and set Bruce for Cortone and true to form he led us and we did about 20 Kilometres through narrow streets lined with rock walls, similar to what you see in the English countryside. Anyway got on the coast road and the weather eased a bit, sea ...
... was a small procession of locals (remembering the dead we assume) – because it is All Souls Day tomorrow. Italy is a really religious country. Not convinced the people are religious but the country is! I bought some purple lace earrings which will be great for Wednesday s at school. Loved this place. We have come home and Craig is cooking a sausage/mushroom risotto. Getting organized for tomorrow also – we have a long day of driving ahead of ...
Thursday, October 30, 2014
We had another great day. Slower start and then we drove firstly to Ostuni – this is a white hilltop town about 30 minutes south from Alberobello. BTW Alberobello means beautiful tree and there are sure plenty round here. Craig and I first saw Ostuni from a distance on the train and I was very keen to see it. The drive was lovely even with the rain, and along the way we saw many very old olive trees with very thick trunks. After parking we ...
... in the photos. We had a great walk around the Rione Monti area, which has lots of homes with the cute roof & pinnacle. We also saw nice churches and went inside one (now a museum) to get an idea of what they are like. Another highlight was purchasing Craig’s first birthday gift – very nice leather ‘man bag’. The town is quiet and easily facilitates cars and tourists – although as usual we had a panic to ensure ...