Masseria Corda Di Lana Hotel & Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Arrived late after last minute score of an airbnb Few units Went to Porto Selvaggio for a swim Dope rock jump and caves Sketchy hole under the water Amazing abandoned mansions. Went to Gallipoli for a little look around. Fish market Trying to find a park in the van was a mission Came back to Lecce for a crew dinner Pastas, salad, wine. Prostitutes busy working on the corner outside our ...
Wow, that was a hot and humid night. As we left Brindisi there was not a breath of wind and the sea was like glass. But Mother Nature had some fun and games planned for us ! After a few hours of motoring with the sails out we could see a local thunderstorm in front of us. We needed to go that way so we carried on. Soon we could see dramatic lightning and plenty of rumbles of thunder. The sail was reefed in and we prepared ourselves for a roller coaster ride and we ...
... of container ships. The marina is surprisingly good and soon we were moored up and the first priority after this is a cold beer as it's always roasting when we've moored up. Supper tonight was again curtesy of the wonderful Carmen from Seville , a wonderful venison dish, thank you again. 58 miles travelled ...
We managed to find a bank that would allow us to enter, so we changed some money. After that we wondered the streets in search of lunch. We settled on the "Mad Lounge & Bar".
We then set off toward St. Oronzo Square. St. Oronzo square is the principal square of Lecce. It has a characteristic mosaic paving on which is represented the city coat of arms. The buildings that look onto the square, ...
... was quite limited and so of cause is our Italian. We managed however to get some great local dishes that we had not tried before, without trading Selma for the Cheese platter. "Vorremmo scabbier quest piccolo rages per la schema di formaggio".
The language has caused us quite a lot of amusement. Stewart and I came across one particular sign on the way back to our apartment that forced us to stop to take a photograph.