La Giurlita Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... crossing from Ereikoussa, Greece, to Santa Maria de Leuca, Italy. This is my first light crossing this year. There is roughly 60 miles of Ionian Sea we must cross. The sun is just making its appearance, the sky is blue, and the sea just a little rippley. With my book in hand, my hat on my head, sunscreen applied, I flopped on the double-bunk topside, and began reading ... In about a half hour, Marina had my ...
... retreat... That had its own website!!! No pictures I would add on the site - however I pity anyone that booked to stay there without seeing I first!! We decided to head to Gallipoli - in Italy - as there was nice beaches alongside. We jumped on the first campsite just as we turned off he highway. Result, it had a giant pool, it was open and they had a space!! As we checked in, we found out the campsite is on a vineyard!!! One of my top 5 places in the world to ...
... roomie and a real inspiration! The blend of participants included many professionals, e.g., an eye doctor, an osteopath (grazie Stefano per il tuo aiuto con il mio pulso), a journalist and a documentary film maker, and people in sales and marketing, tourism, IT related stuff, etc.. There was also a range of yoga experiences. Many had attended retreats in Europe and beyond as a regular practice. Others specifically following our teacher Tina around to the various retreats ...
... majority of the towns, there was barely a hotel open. Many of the hotels obviously hadn't been open for a while, inspite of their advertising along the road. Where there was the odd hotel open, the town struggled to have an eatery that might be open in the evening.
While not getting desperate, were quite relieved when we discovered Hotel dei Bizantini, just outside Campo dei Messapi.
... Discovered the hard way, of course, that in times past, the walls of churches/basilicas and even cathedrals were used as supporting walls for other buildings. Thought we'd walk around the outside of the church to the other piazza.......15min later ! Not that I minded looking in all the shop windows, the leather shoes and bags were a delight to behold. Whilst an interesting walled ...