La Castellana Residence Club
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
- Pets allowed
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Today we set off on a longer day trip to see Devil's bridge. To be fair, the trip was great, and Devil's bridge was nice to see, but it was a heck of a trip to get there !! Not helped by our satnav which decided to take us on a 10km detour only to bring us back to where we ...
We had a chilled weekend and this evening we went for a walk down on the local beach and took some more photos back up to the village in which we are staying. Years ago it was a major venue for mass bridge tournaments so it is called the "Villagio Dei Bridge" - but now it has a few full time residents, but most of the apartments are either holiday homes or no longer used. You will see in the photos ...
... As you can see from the map we are on the edge of a national park, so the scenery around us is fantastic, and not what we expected. We headed North, on what can only be described as a "James Bond" type road - lots of wiggles, tunnels, and the obligatory Italian driver overtaking at every opportunity. We visited a small mountain village called Roccagloriosa for a bite of lunch, and then headed on to a little port called ...
... t get to rest up as once again, via conversation on the iPad the owner insisted on sending us off to his favourite restaurant only a short walk away in town - he even made a booking for us.
Once again, wanting to be nice we didn't let on that we really just wanted to get into the room and so we found ourselves walking off to have dinner.
When we eventually found the favoured restaurant it was tucked away in one of the towns public car parks?? The owner of ...
... the way was, after about an hours driving, to call into and explore the town of Matera. Matera is a small town in Southern Italy which was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Listing in 1993. The town is quite unique because human habitation in this region can be traced back to the Ice Age. On view is basically a whole town which had been carved into the walls of the surrounding mountains. On seeing the place I ...