Masseria Torre Maizza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... up and down the street of houses many have been turned into tourist shops with food, wine, ornaments & local crafts. Away from these main streets you have the opportunity to walk past many that are private residents, while walking past the houses it's easy to think an Oompa Loompa or elf might pop his head out the door to say hello.
Alberobello - which actually means "beautiful tree" in Italian, is a truly remarkable place to see, I'm so glad we had the chance. ...
... different combinations with Bruce, still no go. Pulled into the town the Hotel was supposed to be in and tried to ask directions from a lady in a Cafe, it went like this. "Do you speak English?" "No." "Can I show you an address." "No." She Looked quickly at address, gesticulated pointed up the road and said "Policia." So I left. Rang the Hotel and he gave me co ordinates as Hotel is brand new and is not listed yet and guess what, they were wrong. So ...
... in shape and another gorgeous white town. Once again voted in as a pretty village. Apparently every year it is compulsory to white wash all the buildings and so it really looked clean, white and very pretty. Instead of 'trullis' it has 'truddhis' with tops which have peaked gabled rooves instead and do seem bigger. We hope to frame some of today’s photos and it is one place we actually thought we would like to live. We had a lovely time. At one ...
... and easily found the main centre Piazza. This was pretty with church and statue of San Oronzo dominating the square. Apparently, he is the town protector. Then we proceeded to get lost. Craig is usually excellent but the map was **** and when we ended up in the residential area (full of all white houses), most of them had no idea how to direct us (??? No comment). We eventually made it back to the square and had a drink and then found the Via del Cattedrale – lovely ...
... permitted. In fact it turned out to be free!!! Eventually we had a nice lunch at a Michelin listed restaurant called Trullo D’Oro. Nice ravioli and veal escallops. Yes we are trying to cut down. Another highlight was face timing Olivia as everyone was at Matthew’s place for Nana’s birthday. Wish we could also be there. Lovely during day but it is cooling down again now.
Alberobello really feels like a fairy tale town or Smurf ...