Hotel Palace

Address: Viale Virgilio 10, Taranto, Puglia, 74100, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Viale Virgilio 10, Taranto.
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    Road trip in Italy

    A travel blog entry by anothertrip on Nov 04, 2015

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    After a circuitious route flying we arrive in Reggio di Calabria, at the 'toe' of Italy. We had an overnight stay at a B & B and dinner at a very low-key place where locals go to get a takeaway. There were large trays of various roasted or steamed vegetables and choices of rotisseried meats. We weren't sure of the system, but the one of the women serving was very helpful, even though she didn't speak English. We sat and ate a very basic but tasty and cheap meal of ...

    Matera - Cavetown

    A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Oct 19, 2015

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    We wake up to one of our very few rainy days and decide to go into the town anyway. Fortunately the camp has a free shuttle into the town centre. So out come the jeans, boots and rain coats and off we go.
    Matera dates from about 7000 years ago and was one of the earliest large towns in Europe. . The typical houses were caves (Sassi) cut into limestone and were inhabited until as late as the 1950's. Over the ...

    Another amazing drive,

    A travel blog entry by davidandmarjory on Oct 16, 2015

    32 photos

    ... overnight stop at Mmmmm. We pass through more stunning scenery including another hill top town called Episcopi. Eventually, aft dark, we arrive at the town of mmmmm, but cannot find the hotel so we stop at s petrol station and a driver who is filling up,is very helpful and said if we follow him he will take us the.......which he does and were very grateful as we do not know how we would have found it otherwise! ...

    Day trip to Matera

    A travel blog entry by suemacd on Oct 10, 2015

    19 photos

    ... is basically carved out of the limestone rock, which forms the basis of the whole town. The amazing thing about the town is that at its height 15,000 people lived in the sassi, with no electricity, or running water, and a lot of generations of these families were still there right up to 1958 !!! The only reason they all left was because the government viewed the sassi village as the "shame of Italy" due to the bad living conditions these people had to ...

    Cave dwelling

    A travel blog entry by jomole on Sep 28, 2015

    16 photos

    We wandered around Matera today, in and out of sassi (caves), churches, monasteries, etc., just looking. All very interesting. One cave has been furnished as it would have been when inhabited. Donkeys would have shared a living space with the families. Most of the caves were lived in and they had a unique system of collecting water using channels and cisterns, which is partly why it has become a ...