Grand Hotel Riva del Sole
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... arched entrance. The interior was extremely simple, unlike many of the churches we had previously visited in Italy. Immediately we entered the church we felt that this was a Holy place, a place of prayer and meditation. A pleasant change to some of the other churches which seemed more like a market place. Below the church I explored the remains of an ancient chapel and burial ground dating back many centuries. Archeologists were ...
... 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: ...
... got allocated our bikes and off we went. We visited the Church of San Nicola. This is where the bones of St Nicholas were kept. We went down into the crypt and saw where they rested. It was a very interesting church. Upstairs was catholic and downstairs was orthodox. They had daily services for each denomination. We then rode to a square surrounded by ...
... until we came upon a fantastic little enoteca. Initially just intending to have a glass of wine, we found the place and the people so interesting and friendly we stayed for one of our best meals so far on our trip. The fireplace was said to be over 700 years old and Fabio, the chef, cooked us some beautiful sausages and veal. We also had a terrific starter of pork, fennel and beans stew - Fabio's speciality. Many of the people we ...
... in a very small town called Barletta which is where our Professor's niece, Marissa, lives! Her and her husband, Manu, were our guides for the weekend. Actually her story was quite amazing! She studied abroad in her junior year for a year in Urbino and attended an actual Italian University where she met Manu. After her year was over she went home, finished college, and within weeks bought a one way ticket to Barletta, Puglia ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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