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Travel Blogs from Lecce
... The drivers were a mixture of nationalities but the further east, the more impatient. No wonder the the Mesirah Island ferry off the east coast of Oman is complete chaos. Before the ramp was down the all male drivers started to manoeuvre in the tiny limited space, why? Annie
Having managed to get off the boat without someone hitting us, we drove an hour north, having a lovely roadside breakfast at ...
... of the old city at the gate to the city. However, when the map was installed, it was discovered the map dated from the late 19th century. So the square built by Mussolini in 1939 (the main square) was not on the map. But in true Italian style (the guide's words, not mine), they decided to leave the out-dated map in place.
On our way back to Alberobello, we took a detour to visit Ostuni - called the 'white city' due to its ...
... sure she gets a healthy
diet. Both of them work long hours and they take great care of themselves. We
had the most delicious roasted asparagus with an egg for a late dinner one
night-just perfect after a day of visiting the area and seeing the sights.
Southern Italy is much as I imagined, dry, almost desert-like. The buildings are white
with flat roofs, and the sun is scorching. As we drove through some of the ...
... shut, not yet June. Climbed the (rebuilt and improved ) defensive wallls and walked through the narrow streets. While not June, starting to see school groups and more tourists around. A sunny day with a gentle breeze, definintely spring.
Looked for the Laghetto di bauxite, and while well described on the tourist brochure, no information on how to get there. Tried TT, our road map, local signs......nothing. Gave up.
... 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.