Caelia

Address: Contrada S. Anna, Brindisi, Puglia, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Contrada S. Anna, Brindisi.
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Travel Blogs from Brindisi

In Martina Franca

A travel blog entry by linley_t on Mar 27, 2015

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Day 3. No rain today so I got the train to Alberobello which is about 10 km away. The view was amazing with all the little trulli houses scattered throughout the countryside. They're little round houses that the poor people used to live in. Now they've all been or are being done up. Still lots of dry stone walls around here. It's very agricultural. Had a good day wandering around Alberobello. Went into the tourist trulli and the Basillica of Medici. Gees it ...

In Martina Franca

A travel blog entry by linley_t on Mar 25, 2015

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... the apartment and had to have a little nap. Must have been the wine. I think I was a bit stressed about getting lost and then so relieved that I could find my way back. (I did it 3 times first up so it imprinted on my mind!). Later on I read a bit then went out again for a while. Found a shop that has focaccia so I bought a slice of that plus a slice of some jam/nut pie for dinner. All up 3 euro. Happy with that. Day 2 ...

Lecce to Martina Franca

A travel blog entry by linley_t on Mar 23, 2015

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Raining again this morning. It's quite cold too. Got a taxi to the station - 12 euro - about 5 mins driving. Pretty expensive. Regional train to Martina Franca - about 2 hours, 7.70 euros. Countryside is very flat and quite stony. There's some dry stone walls and I even saw a shepherd with his sheep. Lots of olive trees (some very old), grape vines, market gardens. Lots of little villages only about 5 mins apart (by train). There's older school kids on the train. Don't ...

A town built for elves

A travel blog entry by just_imagine on Dec 23, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... up and down the street of houses many have been turned into tourist shops with food, wine, ornaments & local crafts. Away from these main streets you have the opportunity to walk past many that are private residents, while walking past the houses it's easy to think an Oompa Loompa or elf might pop his head out the door to say hello.
Alberobello - which actually means "beautiful tree" in Italian, is a truly remarkable place to see, I'm so glad we had the chance. ...

South in Italy on the way to Sicily

A travel blog entry by copitsweet on Nov 03, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... different combinations with Bruce, still no go. Pulled into the town the Hotel was supposed to be in and tried to ask directions from a lady in a Cafe, it went like this. "Do you speak English?" "No." "Can I show you an address." "No." She Looked quickly at address, gesticulated pointed up the road and said "Policia." So I left. Rang the Hotel and he gave me co ordinates as Hotel is brand new and is not listed yet and guess what, they were wrong. So ...