Hotel Vecchio Mulino
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... After a while it was time for our reservation and we went back to the shops on top of the cliffs. We were very nervous about what to expect at the restaurant. Reviews online ranged from spectacular to downright appalling. Most sided with the latter. Although the staff was reportedly rude, portions small, and food inedible we were interested mostly in the incredible location. Nestled into a cave along the cliff's face, the dining room was beautifully set with a ...
... exactly how to get to places, but the old city has all these tiny little alleyways going all sorts of ways so it’s very easy to get lost. And guess what! Yes, you’ve guessed right. This Oh so easy place to get to…. Well….. was not exactly the, “oh so easy place to find. But, we persevered going down little alleys, turning this way and that, round in a complete circles passing some of the same places a few times, until…. Yes… after ...
... a really lovely, and touristy town with cool white, conical-roof houses. Our first adventure is parking!
If the parking kiosk says in English not to put a credit card in the credit car-looking slot don't put it in!! While trying to figure out how to pay for our parking spot and I didn't see the message. The machine wouldn't give my card back and a crowd was gathering to use the machine. Everyone was trying ...
... of transport as an option. Other centers were reasonably easy (hills aside!) for me to access by bike from my B B. I definitely got a work out, but was able to go from my B B to Alberobello, Locortondo, and Castellana Grotte by bike in one day (ok one long day!) with nice visits in each. It was hilly though, so be warned if you plan to do some siteseeing by bike. You also may want to consider joining an organized bike tour. I found ...
... similar to English or French.... So we asked for assistance from the waiter. He assured us that they had special Gluten Free pasta and then explained the dishes to us.
A few minutes later we had ordered and we both seemed quite happy with the selection - even if Fish Tartare for entree may have been a bit ambitious considering Emma isn't the biggest fish fan... We got through the tartare, but neither of us really thought it was as good as ...
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