Hotel Parco Serrone

Via San Magno 34, Corato, Puglia, 70033, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Corato

Day at Sea, we are somewhere off the coast of Bari

A travel blog entry by determined34

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... family, friends, food, wine and smoking. With Robert we are lucky, as his mother and father were from neighbouring towns, so we have relative overload. Cousins, maternal and fraternal, if they have passed, visit to the cemetery is a must. Cemetery in Udine - tick, cemetery in Prestento - tick, cemetery in Treviso - will be ticked on our last day. I am dancing on the keyboard in ...

I am sailing, I am sailing, Across the waters

A travel blog entry by smithnet

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... old city was a labyrinth of narrow streets, closed courts and tower houses. Bari was a medieval city founded in the 11th century CE. Many tours were offered for exploring the historical and cultural sights, but we decided to freestyle our visit as the old city was only a short trip by shuttle bus. First stop was the Santa Scolastica Castle, an 11th Century Norman fortification built overlooking the old port. The castle was a buzz ...

Bitonto life

A travel blog entry by eddie.in.europe

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... tasted like a cruchy sandwich). Back at his family house, he taught us how to find and pick aspargus. We found so many and used them in a risotto dish for lunch. At night, we danced in his studio and also slept there. For the next two nights since we finished dancing late, we ate dinner at this delizisio baguette place (fancy version of Subway) and for dessert, a tantalising chocolate soufflè. 14-16th @ Giuseppe's dance studio: ...

Bari Italy

A travel blog entry by murrinfamily

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... in the old town and saw how and where the people live and go about their daily lives. We saw a Nona and her daughters make pasta. Then visited a gelati shop to try their coffee gelati. Yum! After that we went to the Harbour area and watched a traditional musician perform. The girls got to join in. The last part of the tour was a ride through the new town area. It was ...

Southern Italy Paradise

A travel blog entry by jmarmstrong

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... cards and have their own specific games. I learned one, called Briscola, which I will be teaching everyone at home and others once I learn them! We went out to dinner again where we had a delicious dinner. We didn't know it at the time, but apparently we all ate horse meat... I am disgusted. On a different note Saturday was International Womens Day! Nothing happened at all but it was cool and people wished us Happy International ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Via San Magno 34, Corato, is near Cattedrale di Ruvo di Puglia.
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