Cefalicchio Country House
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Travel Blogs from Canosa di Puglia
... amp; music about the town- Trani Agogo.We visited Palaces, Jewish synagogues dating back to 1246 & before, the Cathedral, Castello Svevo a Swabian Castle, tasted local moscato, rosso (that had been traditionally stomped by foot) apparently lack of technology, especially with the smaller farmers, holds them to keeping the traditional methods - whether it be cultivating & extracting olive oil, peeling tomatoes or making wine etc. Joined in with a cooking demo ...
... friend of theirs! More hugs and greetings and chat... but by now the bus passengers were beginning to lose their patience!... and THEN Beatrice's sister drove by, stopped, and the whole process started again ! I think the bus passengers were about to hijack it when the driver realised he should return to his duties... and with lots of waves etc etc... the bus went off ! I've never enjoyed waiting for a bus so much before!
... characteristic of foggy windows. We didn’t care to inquire as to what specifically was going on and we hastily u-turned and retreated our path until we got back onto the main road.
Shortly afterwards, we arrived in the resort town of Giovinazzo. After finally finding the campground only to discover it well shut for the season, we found a modest hotel that was open and had (relatively) reasonabley priced rooms.
... carriage! Exasperated, I SPOKE LOUDLY IN ENGLISH saying I only wanted to go one stop and he gave in, so I quickly loaded the bike into the carriage, only noticing when I'd done this that I'd got into a 1st-class carriage. I think the conductor was by now too scared of me to check my ticket, and I decamped at Barletta 35 minutes later. My original plan had been to cycle from Foggia to Barletta that morning, but as (a) it was in the heat of ...
Working in Gravina doesn't seem to be much different than working in Ontario, except I’m Italy of course. The crazy thing is, the field is full of chick peas, and they haven’t reached maturation yet, so when we arrived to dig, we were told not yet. This meant we helped the other field school for a few days before we finally got permission to walk single file through the baby chick peas. They are very tasty!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service