Hotel & Villa Nettuno
Travel Blogs from Rodi Garganico
... with the rhythm of the surf pounding – and sometimes sea critters come to visit - why leave?
One small inconvenience – we have to travel about 400 meters up a steep hill (traversing lots of uneven steps, some about two feet high) to get to the old town where everything is located - restaurants, shops, laundry. But the entire experience, not to mention the fresh seafood is well worth the trip!
On to ...
... fruit and olives. Restocked, we set off for the southern shore of the Gargano. Our plan was to travel along the coastal road counter-clockwise, bypassing Manfredonia, stopping in Vieste, and passing through Peschici on the way to our hotel - west of Rodi Garganico. Along the way we saw our first coastal fish farm and our first cactus farm (all planted in neat rows). The trip along the coast, including stops for photos, a walk around Vieste, and side ...
... overnight somehow. We made our way to Como, on the Southern shore of Lake Como. As with other places visited we had heard this was a place for the rich and famous. A small pretty underwhelming town - we can only imagine the so called R&F live in the surrounding hills. We departed Como, and just over half of the beautiful Italian lakes (one to return to) and headed to the World fashion capital Milano. Well, joint capital with London, New York and Paris. We arrived at ...
... is universal. :) Tom can never leave a winery empty handed, and ended up with 4 bottles, costing only $25 euros.
We drove onto Bari. We checked into the Sheraton. We used hotel points for the room, so it was free, and since Tom is Platinum, they upgraded us to a suite. Nice perk!
Tomorrow is our first cooking class. Be prepared for lots of pictures of food! :)
... We premises the car in the parking from a cemetery to the South exit of san giovanni rotondo, village, place of pilgrimage celebrating because it is birthplace of Padre PIO, a cannonise Abbot to have healed many of the faithful or not. The village is split into 2: shops and restaurants and the religious and mercantile part including a brand new Basilica, a very old church, a park and its hospital attached. the whole looks like Lourdes cave and its ...
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed