Hotel President Giovinazzo
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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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This is the city of my old hunting ground. During the 70’s,
my main Italian supplier, that was a government own firm, was transferred from
Saronno to Bari.
Many years ago I came here a number of times and nobody ever mentioned the
Old City of Bari.
It is a typical Italian old town with all the ...
After a quick cappuccino ( very Italian ! ) we left Vieste early and headed off towards Bari. The wind and the waves were a lot kinder today, everything blowing and going our way. We settled into our routine and soon we were at sea with no land in sight , with the occasional fishing boat spotted. We also saw just one dolphin today. Aggie made sure that we were going to ...
• drove ~4hrs to Bari (where we the ferry departs from) • had lunch with the 3 girls, vanessa, lauren, alex, elise, jamie and erin • menu was in italian so just got pizza - only thing i could understand! • overnight ferry to corfu - saw the sunset on the deck, then went to bed around ...
I also broke down and got some gelato, which means I won't be getting food on this ferry. I'd like to have at least one day on an Aegean beach where I still have the chiseled figure I've spent months... chiseling.
Walking through the port, you can (easily) see docked the charred remains of an ANEK ferry. Seems like an odd thing to display so prominently. Then again, if you made it that far you've already booked your ticket. In that ...
Mass was surprisingly brief. And I thought the Italians were supposed to be religious!
Spent a lot of time aimlessly wandering around downtownish Bari. Went to a castle: "Norman-something" [ed: Castello Normano-Svevo] but there wasn't much to do or see since it was under heavy construction.
Walked the length of what I assume is Bari's Rodeo Drive looking for an electronics store so I could get a main power converter. Finally found one ...