Relais Villa San Martino
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Today the weather still wasn't great but it didin't stop us from taking a trip to Locorotondo - where the old town is built in the round. Smilar to Ostuni, it is made up of lots of small tightly packed whitewashed houses and little streets to ...
... as the "white city", the old town is cute - lots of small streets and passages to explore. We had lunch in the main square and then headed back to the Trullo. The weather was deteriorating again, but we braved it and headed out on our air-wheels as there is an old aqueduct which is now a cycle way just next to where we are staying ...
This morning we went for quite a long walk in the Bosco delle Pianelle nature reserve. They have a visitors' centre, which was closed, but we had picked up a leaflet from Martina Franca so were able to follow the trails. There were wild cyclamen growing everywhere, and also some yellow autumn crocus. One thing we have noticed is that there is no bird song anywhere, and it seems eerily quiet after England, where you hear it all the time. ...
... to see and do. Included in this was a visit to la Basilica di San Nicola, la Cattedrale, and the Castillo. The old cobbled streets wind around at the tip of the old city. We elected to get an earlier train to Alberobello where we would be staying for two nights, as walking around Bari doesn't actually take that long. We stopped for a quick lunch in the Piazza near the Castillo and it was a little disappointing I was hoping that our evening meal would ...
We drove to Alberobello this morning, where there is a Unesco World Heritage site which looks like a little town for gnomes. It is a higgledy-piggledy mass of 1500 trulli, conical dry-stone buildings made from the local limestone which dot the hillside. We started by visiting the only two floor trullo which is a small museum giving an idea of trullo life and then, after visiting the church, ...