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Before breakfast, Margot and John snuck out to find a little green grocer and buy some beautiful fresh local strawberries to go with our hotel-provided breakfast. For all the wonderful fresh fruit and veggies you see going through these gorgeous little towns, there's frustratingly little available at the hotels. - canned peaches and pineapple don't …
... between the Middle age and 19th century. There are also the substantial remains of a large roman amphitheater that accommodated over 25,000 persons.
This was the hottest day of our trip so far. The temperature in Lecce was hovering around 38 degrees. Not a cloud in the sky.
Stewart was quite keen for us to go to a games store that sold “Skylanders”. We headed off in search of that ...
... pilgrims in the old days who were unable to travel to the Holy Land during the Crusades to feel a part of it albeit its authenticity.
After that it was gelato. Kids are now addicted to this stuff. From there we went to the railway station to reserve our onward tickets to Naples. Just as well we did as the train was pretty much full. We then headed back to the apartment for our own siesta.
Discovered that on clash of ...
... br> We arrived in Brindisi just before 4.30 pm. The apartment that we would be based at was very close to the station. We were very relieved to find that it had airconditioning.
In the evening we wondered into town. The down town area is close to the port area. There was a large ferry moored at the harbour about to depart for Greece.
We found a nice restaurant nearby the Roman Column at the end of the Apian way where we enjoyed a nice bottle ...
Two short months ago I was living in the town that looks of a heel (Kimmirut) in the far far away Arctic, falling through snow taller than my knees, dreaming of the perfect Italian experience not knowing where and if it would come. We had little intentions of actually making it too much further south in Italy than Amalfi when we set out on this journey but after asking several Italians where to go and all of them staying Puglia (the region in the heel of ...