Grand Hotel Masseria Santa Lucia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... up lunch up to the park under the trees, bread buns with tomato and olives baked into them ,filled with salad and cheese.
At night, since it was our last night we went out to dinner in Cisternino. We walked through the old part in the rain and found plenty of places which we had seen earlier in the week. Some places are like a butchers shop with all the meat displayed, you just choose what you want and they'll cook it for you, ...
... was unfit for living.
Now it is UNESCO world heritage listed and the caves are becoming restaurants, classy hotels and shops.
An extremely interesting area.
A thundertorm rolled in while we were there, so we waited it out in the streets of the Sassi.
These streets also are where scenes from Mel Gibson's Passion of the Christ were filmed.
Ostuni is a small, white stone town, with ...
... were like just to us a hole in the wall.
When we were looking at them we saw a big storm coming so we went to find a restaurant to eat at.
We found one and sat down and I had a salami pizza.
After we drove home and jumped into the pool again.
We named a ball Gary and kicked him every were he is like an other brother but a ball and he is not really.
We drove to an other town called ...
... town where a red bull diving competition was held in 2010 and we searched up when the next one is and it is in 2015 September.
We walked around town and then we jumped in the water that the red bull jumped into and there is a little cave there that me Dad and Jordan swam into and we spent about 2 hours there.
So today was a lot of fun.
The next day first thing in the morning we jumped in ...
... lived and we were taken into a cottage where they lived. The trulli's were built originally with no mortar as the King of Naples had put a tax on mortar and they also wanted a method of building so that if the tax man came they could easily demolish the cottages. They are now made with mortar or have been renovated so they are made of mortar. They also whitewash them to keep cool and are built with limestone ...