Grand Hotel Tiziano e dei Congressi
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We managed to find a bank that would allow us to enter, so we changed some money. After that we wondered the streets in search of lunch. We settled on the "Mad Lounge & Bar".
We then set off toward St. Oronzo Square. St. Oronzo square is the principal square of Lecce. It has a characteristic mosaic paving on which is represented the city coat of arms. The buildings that look onto the square, ...
... was quite limited and so of cause is our Italian. We managed however to get some great local dishes that we had not tried before, without trading Selma for the Cheese platter. "Vorremmo scabbier quest piccolo rages per la schema di formaggio".
The language has caused us quite a lot of amusement. Stewart and I came across one particular sign on the way back to our apartment that forced us to stop to take a photograph.
... to the Como San Giovanni Station to catch the train to Milan.
We managed to get there in time and haul all our bags onto the train. 30 minutes later we were in Milan where we changed trains, then heading toward Bologna. An hour later in Bologna it was a real rush to change to the next train to Brindisi. Unfortunately I failed to heed my own warning and was scammed into giving 10 Euro to some Greeks (or Gypsies) insisting on helping us carry our bags up ...
... tired I have discovered. The next morning we met some other local couch surfers and took to the west side of the heel to just outside a town called Gallipoli. Here was one of the most amazing beaches I have ever been on. The clearest water you could ever imagine and nothing but sand and the odd small fish in the water. Here we enjoyed the water, sunshine and the company of locals with yummy food to share. Upon arrival back to our host's house we ...
... fitted the bill today, an Asahi to share and a plate of sashimi....very refreshing and NO BREAD INVOLVED!
I have to say we really have been looking for a fantastically amazing bread shop but none to be found. Just really basic bread and so hard and dry. You can go into one of these shops to see people lining up for cellophane bags of dried bagels and dried foccacia and other dried breads!! The little cakes ...