- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in your waters.... See you next year...." Waving my hand in the air, as if saying goodbye to a friend. There was not much traffic out in the land-less ocean. Two big freighters, a couple of small sail boats, and occasional garbage past by. Mid way thru our motorized crossing, the shade came down, the mainsail, jib and mitzen were hoisted, and we quietly slid thru the water going 7.5km p/h. How wonderful, ...
... As it started to heat up we made a timely beach stop, somewhere along the heal of the boot, to a place that had still had promotional pictures up from the 90's and almost seamed deserted... Beach was surprisingly excellent and after a 50c beach shower we hit the road for Leece. On route from the beach we stopped in for some fruit, as I am not much of a fruit eater, I failed on the fruit recognition front returning to the van with 'hairy nectarines' or ...
... them into our daily routine. One note regarding the experimenting during our final afternoon session. I have to say that it was a little intimidating or some reason... one by one being asked to try a specific pose while everyone else (approximately 22 of us) stood around and watched. As the session progressed I found myself receding away from the action and as out of sight as possible. I think I would have remained there but for Tina's gentle but persistent encouragement ...
... quaint but not to be lived in; a bit like English country cottages.
After Trulli we headed south again to Lecce where we booked into the 8puihotel, a very very modern hotel which is just fantastic. As the review which I looked at when I booked it said, "all hotels should be like this". It's both very modern and just works... We did have to move rooms to get an AC that did work but just down the ...
... of the old city at the gate to the city. However, when the map was installed, it was discovered the map dated from the late 19th century. So the square built by Mussolini in 1939 (the main square) was not on the map. But in true Italian style (the guide's words, not mine), they decided to leave the out-dated map in place.
On our way back to Alberobello, we took a detour to visit Ostuni - called the 'white city' due to its ...