Grand Hotel d'Aragona
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- Swimming pool
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Banquet room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
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... a proud Chicagoan and Cubs fan) and her husband Nick. They've been in Bari about 12 years and time flew as we exchanged info about Chicago, Houston, our pets and the Italian culture.
The next morning we headed for the car rental place to pick up our car for the next leg of our trip to Matera. Upon arrival we were informed ...
... after Croatia), chocolate, some cheeses, biscotti, and at the deli section we bought a piece of spinach and ricotta pie for dinner, (which tasted as good as it looked). The next day we wandered through the old town again and visited some of the historical sights. First the Museo Archeologico, which showed an interesting film about the history of the site, which dated back to the Bronze Age. Next, the Basilica di San Nicola, built between 1087 and 1197 to ...
... than the Preziosa which was the previous ship we were on. That was 18 decks high - this one is 14 decks high. The ship isn't as new, but we like the smaller ones. The Orchestra (the first cruise) was smaller too, not sure how many decks now, but not 18 decks anyway. I seem to have acquired a personal waiter again - breakfast, lunch and dinner! Takes my order off a special menu and delivers ...
Today the weather still wasn't great but it didin't stop us from taking a trip to Locorotondo - where the old town is built in the round. Smilar to Ostuni, it is made up of lots of small tightly packed whitewashed houses and little streets to ...
So we are now back in Italy having arrived yesterday morning on the ferry at about 11.30am. We then had an hour or so drive to our Trullo, just outside Cisternino, a typical Puglian house, once used to house wine presses, or animals, and sometimes families ! The trulli can now be seen all over this area, and most are modernised ...