Grand Hotel Olimpo

Address: Sette Liberatori della Selva, Alberobello, Puglia, 70011, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Sette Liberatori della Selva, Alberobello, is near The Trulli of Alberobello, Museo del Territorio, and La Chiesa del Barsento.
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      Travel Blogs from Alberobello

      The day I was turning everyone's head

      A travel blog entry by brookieb on Mar 31, 2015

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... I got back to the apartment, my roommates were already back and had found me soup. Figures. They also got me cereal though (my weakness), so soup and pasta be damned! I ate half the box in one sitting. And that was the highlight of my first day in Polignano a Mare.

      I was really hoping to feel better in the morning, but alas, I did not. I made myself go out for lunch, at least, and try to explore just a little. I didn't stay out long, but it ...

      To Bari

      A travel blog entry by linley_t on Mar 28, 2015

      5 photos

      ... very nicely dressed. I've seen quite a few black Africans down this way although probably not as many as I thought I would. I imagine there's quite a few trying to get to Europe from Africa, legally or not. Made it to the hostel - Olive Tree Hostel. It's quite nice and the receptionist is very helpful. Good bed and a lockable locker. Multisex 6 bed dorm. Went out to get some dinner. Had the best piece of pizza so far. Yum! Day 2 - ...

      In Martina Franca

      A travel blog entry by linley_t on Mar 27, 2015

      8 photos

      ... been hard in the old days for people here. The Trulli houses would have been very cold in winter and probably hot in summer. No power or running water. This area was a very poor area of Italy. The food from here is called Cucina Povera meaning something like peasant food. It's good wholesome food. In demand now. Back in Martina Franca and I love the old area. In the dusk light it just looks beautiful. Especially the Church. There's always a lot of old ...

      In Martina Franca

      A travel blog entry by linley_t on Mar 25, 2015

      13 photos

      ... of white wine. So before your food comes they bring out a basket of bread and 2 slices of bruschetta like bread, 1 slice has olive oil and tomatoes on and the other slice has a fairly strong creamy cheese. All very yum. My food was delicious although the lemon sauce was quite tangy. The wine was very good, specially for a house wine. They don't charge for the bread and bruschetta. 18 euro all up. After lunch I went ...

      Lecce to Martina Franca

      A travel blog entry by linley_t on Mar 23, 2015

      1 photo

      ... the school times are but the train left Lecce at 12.45 and they were getting off at different stops so obviously finished school. We keep passing fields of solar panels. Good! As we get closer to MF it starts to get a little but hillier. Lots of terraces now. And stone fruit blossom. We pass a lot of the little trulli houses. They're so cute. Look like fairy houses, or hobbit houses. They're everywhere. Beautiful countryside. It's still raining when the train arrives in MF ...