Dei Normanni Hotel-Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from San Vito dei Normanni
... room with some Italian soap on a giant TV that was installed in the early 90's and a lady changing baby nappies on the seat in front of us.... This is going to be a long short night - disembarking at 4.30am. Temperature update Hot hot hot, and now we are all burnt burnt burnt! Owen maned to even out his singlet mark on his back thought after around and hour snorkelling - however his chest is still pasty white so now resembles a NZ native Wood ...
Amazingly, we are up by 6:30, breakfast eaten, dishes washed, kids organized, garbage out, and leaving town by 8:15! Then we have to stop for gas (1.54E/liter) and really bad coffee, to go!
By 8:45, we are on the autostrada headed to Alberobello in Puglia. This is where they have the conical-roof houses. Three hours in the car with two little kids! Maybe they will fall asleep. :)
So, we arrived ...
... Always good to leave somethings for next time :) I've narrated the pictures a bit and will add a few links for more information about these places. Some were easy to access by train.. particularly those along the coast, such as Polignano a Mare, Bari, Ostuni, Brindisi. I would recommend situating yourself in a city on the rail line for easy access unless you are travelling by car. Or even if you are, it can be a very easy and ...
Mark and Raye are just about to install on above ground swimming pool on the base of an old rainwater cistern. One side has been demolished and the rubble needs clearing. What a team. we shift the lot in less than two hours before the day gets too hot. Shower off the dust and then to the beach for a well earned swim. Lovely sandy bay with clear water. ...
Off to Ceglie Messapica this evening to a festival in honour of St. Antonio di Padua. Lovely old buildings, the church full to overflowing and lots of pomp and ceremony. The statue of the saint is carried around the town accompanied by a band and lots of followers. We follow most of the crowd to the town square. In a very narrow ...