Mamma Rosa

Address: Via Dante Alighieri 17 , Patu, Province of Lecce, Puglia, 73053, Italy | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on Via Dante Alighieri 17 , Patu.
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    Travel Blogs from Patu

    Fast Crossing

    A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on May 13, 2015

    8 photos

    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 ...

    La Serenissima

    A travel blog entry by xangran on May 11, 2015

    4 photos

    ... architecture and art. The Rialto Bridge is under repair but that didn't stop the crowds and the views down the Grand Canal still look the same. We saw some of the people's Venice when we met Jerome, an acquaintance of Denise, for ice cream and ...

    The hills are alive...

    A travel blog entry by kstephens on May 07, 2015

    ... fields of flowers backed by the sea, dotted with occasional centuries-old ruins (or not) of towers. Around 11:30 we pulled into a town called Castro. Like most of the towns we've been in, it had a castle, cathedral, etc. We decided to see the castle. We decided to not follow the directions to the castle. We ended up climbing a 35 degree incline to get to the wrong side of the castle. Luckily, from there, there was a walkway we could take around to the front of the ...

    A Bumpy Road

    A travel blog entry by kstephens on May 06, 2015

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... The other 2% was found today, in three distinct sections. The first was a bike path running just meters from the water, through the rocks, and was certainly created by someone running haywire over the rocks and dumping gravel wherever they went, then returning to line it with rocks and call it a bike path. The second section consisted of a dirt road that had obviously recently been hit by a meteor shower, based on the plethora of potholes and distinctive lack of ...

    From Sea to Shining Sea (Adriatic-Ionian, that is)

    A travel blog entry by kstephens on May 05, 2015

    4 photos

    ... 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 ...