Hotel Club Astor
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- Swimming pool
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- Pets allowed
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Fast sail all the way over to Otranto and even had the fun of Dolphins playing at the helm. Busy shipping lanes overnight kept us all on our toes and Eric plenty of time to practise his lights. Winds were so favourable we headed on South to M.Saint Di Leuca still arriving by 3pm in time for a cocktail on shore before getting Ellis already for next early departure ...
... than double the next score), and then realized that it was 20:30 and we didn't know where we were going to eat! We wandered back to the old city, and poked around a bit more, settling on a nice place in one of the many squares. Mom and Kate decided they had been eating too much fish! So we found a place with good alternatives, salads, pastas, and finally some good meat. We of course opened with a very interesting antipasti, some great vegetables and a plate of meats and ...
... The trip was interrupted a bit by Margot taking a spill. She hit a small speed bump in the road, and ended up with a scraped face and minor fracture in her right hand, which is now splinted though luckily will not require surgery or a cast. She’s doing great and is in good spirits, though she's certainly getting some stares due to her facial abrasion and black eye! She will also become very close friends with Marco as she drives with him (and the luggage) from city ...
... we might see a winery there, but of course everything here closes from 1 to 4, including vineyards and we got to Nardo about 1. No problem. we explored a little, picked up more strawberries because the first batch looked so good we didn't think it would be enough, then headed on to Gallipoli, our final destination for the day. (This is not the Gallipoli of WWI) About 12 km from our hotel we came over a slight hill ...
... refusing to convert to Islam in 1480. Their skulls are preserved behind glass in the church. The painting of the beheadings is eerily similar to the recent beheadings we have seen on TV from ISIL and is a reminder that history has a tendency to repeat itself. If interested, check out "Martyrs of Otranto" on Wikipedia.