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The hotel Gusmay is a pleasant surprise. Great architecture by Marcello D'Olivo 1962. We left Positano early this morning and drove down the Amalfi Coast behind many tour buses and scooters. We stopped in Ravello for lunch then continued over the mountain and then across italy to the adriatic. After a long drive we came upon this hotel and decide to stay 2 nights.
... a late dinner, we were surprised to find that most of the town streets were blocked to traffic and a band was playing, It appeared that the entire town had come out for a grand celebration (including fireworks) - come to find out it was a funeral! Peschici has lots of little surprises.
It's so relaxing we decided not to venture too far – the town and it's colorful people are entertainment enough. Our room is steps from ...
... fruit and olives. Restocked, we set off for the southern shore of the Gargano. Our plan was to travel along the coastal road counter-clockwise, bypassing Manfredonia, stopping in Vieste, and passing through Peschici on the way to our hotel - west of Rodi Garganico. Along the way we saw our first coastal fish farm and our first cactus farm (all planted in neat rows). The trip along the coast, including stops for photos, a walk around Vieste, and side ...
... overnight somehow. We made our way to Como, on the Southern shore of Lake Como. As with other places visited we had heard this was a place for the rich and famous. A small pretty underwhelming town - we can only imagine the so called R&F live in the surrounding hills. We departed Como, and just over half of the beautiful Italian lakes (one to return to) and headed to the World fashion capital Milano. Well, joint capital with London, New York and Paris. We arrived at ...
... It was all excellent. When in doubt of what to get on a menu, ask the chef what he recommends! He also brought us his special desert to share. He was fun to talk to, and Tom got his cookbook, which he signed for him.
After leaving Monte Sant Angelo, we drove to a winery on the way to Bari. Tom had communicated with Luigi by email and set up an appointment for a wine tasting at 5:00.
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This was a pleasant surprise. We felt like we were in a "Jetson" scene.
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