Hotel Corallo Torre Santa Sabina
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... do, of course I never drank it because red wine only started to taste good a couple weeks ago.
My Spring Break was very long, and I went to so many cool places! I really wish I hadn't gotten sick, but luckily it didn't cause me to miss out on too much at all. I still got to see everything I wanted to see and experience everything I wanted to experience. I learned a lot about myself in those ten days, and I realized that I can ...
... been hard in the old days for people here. The Trulli houses would have been very cold in winter and probably hot in summer. No power or running water. This area was a very poor area of Italy. The food from here is called Cucina Povera meaning something like peasant food. It's good wholesome food. In demand now. Back in Martina Franca and I love the old area. In the dusk light it just looks beautiful. Especially the Church. There's always a lot of old ...
... old Italy anyway). I had also planned to go by bus to Alberobello to see the Trulli houses. Too wet for that too. I've decided to stay here for an extra 2 days so hopefully I'll be able to get there. Weather forecast doesn't look great though. I'm really liking this little town. It's so picturesque in the Centro storico. I'm loving the little unit too. Fully self contained, very clean and only 30 euro a night. ...
... the school times are but the train left Lecce at 12.45 and they were getting off at different stops so obviously finished school. We keep passing fields of solar panels. Good! As we get closer to MF it starts to get a little but hillier. Lots of terraces now. And stone fruit blossom. We pass a lot of the little trulli houses. They're so cute. Look like fairy houses, or hobbit houses. They're everywhere. Beautiful countryside. It's still raining when the train arrives in MF ...
... unfinished houses being lived in!
Back to the trulli houses - one was only 14 square meters in total and with a family of seven living in it - 3 slept upstairs, 4 down stairs, the kitchen was the size of a closet and toilet outside. The walls are white washed limestone and the roof is like a grey slate stone stacked into a cone shape. Some have painted Christian symbols on the roofs which is recent addition this century, and clay pots which I'm not sure why. As ...