Hotel President Giovinazzo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel President Giovinazzo
Basic hotel with a train passing very close. Wifi didn't work very well, too slow to download emails. 40 euro cab ride from Bari. Ok for an overnight stay.
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... However, Angela took exception to my cavalier attitude and decided to sleep in her clothes on top of the bed, with the lights on!
We had some wonderful cavatelli in honor of Angela's sister Jean who loves the stuff. Angela had hers with ragu while I had mine with seafood. C'mon, we were in a port town after all!
... for a number of occupiers and also a residence in the 16th century. Unfortunately neither of the two recommended restaurants were open, and we weren't too early. There had been a type of trade union march in the afternoon, and people in the small streets were enjoying fried polenta and having drinks in small bars, so perhaps that was why some places were closed. Anyway the place we chose was okay, but not a great dinner. The next day we flew to Catania, ...
Hello, well Friday in Marseille wasn't much chop. Last time in Marseille had got out into the surrounding towns, so just looked around the city this time.
Saturday arrived in Genoa - pouring rain! Ten couples of us were transferred by bus from Genoa across Italy to Venice! Great trip - took about 4 hours so got to see a lot of the countryside. Venice looks absolutely awesome! ...
... 95, which we thought was amazing value. To fill the time before our flight home from Bari we went to Giovinazzo, a seaside town just up the coast which was full of Italians enjoying a promenade in the sun. The flight home was rather bumpy and Gatwick 10 degrees colder than Bari and we had a bad tempered taxi driver from the airport, but felt better after one of Wally's bacon sandwiches.
... exploring and Cal and I returned home to finish off the packing. We had to check in for our ferry crossing three hours before we were to set sail, which we thought was ridiculous and both Cal and I annoyed to find that the security wasn't going to open until 8:30. We could have checked in at 7pm and then gone for our final meal with Guy but instead ate at 6pm. It was a sweet little restaurant, the food wholesome but not hugely exciting. ...