Hyencos Hotel Calos
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... from the tourist information centre....
Gallopili was an island fortress, with only a bridge link to the mainland. The castle was currently not open. However, we enjoyed walking around the walls, hanging onto hat and sunglasses so as not to have them blown away, retreating to the narrow streets when we needed a breather.
Continued along the coastal road towards Taranto. ...
Into Lecce in inclement weather....out with the trusty umbrella. Needed an ATM urgently, as our 50 sontimes was insufficient for the parking attendant, who wanted payment in advance! Once that detail had been taken care of, repaired to a suitable cafe for coffee, chosen for the incredible looking bruschetta that other patrons were eating. A good choice. Thus fortified, headed out to view ...
Campeggio La Masseria, Gallipoli. Sabato, Marzo 15th 2014.
It's been a quiet week as we have settled into a wonderful camp site 'la Masseria" very close to Gallipoli on the western side of the heel of Italy. Before I describe our wonderful situation, I've been nudged and cajoled by Signor. The old dog is concerned with readership numbers, much like the old press barons of yore, Beaverbrook, Murdoch, Goebbels. He says that I need to come up with catchier, ...
Gallipoli - Apulia or Pulgia - commune of Lecce
We have found a campsite at the bottom of the heel of Italy near Gallipoli (not to be confused with the battleground of World War 1 in Turkey). The camp site has everything, good walks for me, a bar for Signor and a washing machine for Signora. I think we may be here for at least a week, looking at the size of the laundry basket. We have only just arrived, so more about ...
Left San Marino and crossed back into Italy, continuing our drive North. We both started to notice the difference in living on the East Coast to the West. The towns seemed less chaotic, the houses were more presentable and the streets had far less rubbish. We stayed on the smaller roads, going in and out of some really nice towns. ...