Hotel Park Novecento Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Park Novecento Resort Ostuni
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Today's ride was characterized by a variety of road conditions. First a highway with broad shoulders, then a tiny back road with no traffic through olive groves. Next we had to cross the industrial section of Taranto on a major highway with intermittent shoulders, but it dropped us right into the old section of ...
... oriental flavour to the mix of overweight Balkan lorry drivers... who start banging on the lock-edd glass doors of the restaurant from about 2000 GREEK TIME. Eventually the Italian chef relents and a flood of a dozen or so famished fatties (plus the voluble contingent from China) pours in with us in its wake. Dinner is just about adequate but the Senior Prefects would certainly have been talking to Griff and Simon about it in the morning. We get ...
... pear (indian figs)
as well a seasonal vegetables being grown. Dinner tonight was at a
farmhouse where we were served numerous plates of antipasto –
grilled vegetables, stuffed capicums and aubergines, ham, cheese,
meatballs, breads, oil. The lamb bore no resemblance to that we eat
at Australia but I don't know what breed it was. The fresh peaches
were to die for but we were all stuffed by that ...
... endless highway system looked very similar to the area around Santa Barbara. Expect for the Italian signs, there wasn't much to distinguish the two regions apart! We arrived pretty late to our hotel because of the long drive, so we slept through much of the morning. When it was time to leave the next morning, we had the front desk book a table for us at a nearby restaurant that we had seen in pictures. We wanted a nice location to celebrate our first anniversary and this ...
... about 4pm, we set sail at about 6pm and at about 11pm, we decided to go to 'bed'. We headed upstairs to our prime little spot. Dane spent the night on the floor, using our sleeping bag as a mattress and I slept across the chairs with clothes from my backpack as a sheet. I had to get out the earplugs because our room has an exit onto the back deck and someone was slamming the door either going out or coming in at least every 10 minutes for a cigarette. It wasn't the best ...