La Giurlita Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ugento
... left one city and wake up in another is terribly convenient!!!!!!! No travel hassles. Don't have to find dinner, make your bed yada, yada, yada!
There have been lots of little memorable things too - like the different 'animal' towels that are left when housekeeping turn down your bed every night and the staff in our chosen restaurant doing a nightly dance on the tables or watching the giant red fireball sinking behind the horizon each ...
... Christianity. All refused and were killed. Over time their bones and skulls have been collected and have been housed in large glass cases in the cathedral. Due to the high humidity on the day we visited the wooden shutters were all open and the bones of the martyrs on display. It was only earlier this year that the new pope finally recognised them as true martyrs.
Another amazing feature of this church ...
... flop. Swimming in this clear blue deep water was magical - one of life's real experiences. We moved a little further up the coast to a great little hotel Lo Scalo for a beer overlooking the water so blue - pretty. Monday quite low key - late walk and dinner by the ocean. Tuesday on the road to Lecce via Ciolo to take some photos and on to Otranto which we were really disappointed with so pleased we were not staying there. Now in Lecce for a new ...
... stone walls – a remarkable juxtaposition if you ask me), the lanes bustling with shops, restaurants, and small hotels.
We bar hopped Italian style having a prosseco here and a prosseco there, then settled into a small Osteria for another traditional Pugalese meal.
We are now on the train headed up the coast to Lanciano. We caught the little local train from the Otranto station, a picturesque little building with the ...
... safes, hairdryers, flat screen digital Televisions, DVD´s with extensive DVD library, and of course not forgetting the essential air-conditioning from Lamborghini.
All guests' quarters are either overlooking the beautiful private walled courtyard or have private front facing balconies.
Attentive and personalized service defines luxury at the Palazzo, thus creating an environment of elegant refinement.
Unwind in the "Olive Tree" an ideal place to ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility