Cala Corvino Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
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... the night on the piazza just people watching. Old men, kids, dogs, young lovers and families just spending their evening walking and visiting with each other instead of at home in front of the boob tube. The next morning in search of our cappuccino and cornetti we found Miramare American Bar. We enjoyed our coffee looking out at the port and chatting with ...
... relics of St Nicolas, which were 'stolen' from Turkey. It's still an important pilgrimage destination, which we saw when we went down the stairs to the crypt and saw worshippers taking communion, and what looked like handing their prayers to one of the three priests, who were standing in a special area, to be blessed and then placed with a statue of St Nicolas. For lunch, Rob returned to the deli and this time the man made an extra special roll, with ...
... to our 3 days there after this cruise. When we left in the evening we travelled along the waterfront (really close to everything) and people came from everywhere waving out to us. Seemed like we could almost touch them. Cameras were flashing everywhere.
Our first night on the Poesia was rather rough. In fact the roughest weather we have had at sea. Nice for a change! The Poesia ...
... 95, which we thought was amazing value. To fill the time before our flight home from Bari we went to Giovinazzo, a seaside town just up the coast which was full of Italians enjoying a promenade in the sun. The flight home was rather bumpy and Gatwick 10 degrees colder than Bari and we had a bad tempered taxi driver from the airport, but felt better after one of Wally's bacon sandwiches.
... for it. The train from Bari to Alberobello was a little confusing as it was in a slightly different part of the station, not dissimilar from Waterloo and Waterloo East stations in London. But we lugged our suitcases over and waited for the train. When we arrived at Alberobello we were greeting by the lovely Katia and her partner Pietro, the former had a smattering of English, her boyfriend none. Our accommodation was in one of the rather interesting ...