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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I had 2 full days in Lecce. It's got some amazing architecture. I just wandered around and got food/coffee as needed. Had a scrumptious gelato! It's not tourist season so no tours or anything happening. Would be lovely to have a car and drive all around the ...
... You can walk along the footpath and they don't get out of your way (not just me, they do it to everyone. I would call it rude and ignorant but I'm not sure they even know they're doing it). And for a country with such a bad economic situation there are so many people that are in the cafes buying cafe and croissants for breakfast etc. It's cheap but still. They all dress quite nicely. The clothes and shoes appear to be ...
... light right. It's impressive even with scaffolding. We have the concert (a string quartet), and dinner afterwards tonight, and then tomorrow packing, cleaning up, and time for a last walk in Lecce (sun predicted) before flying to Venice. I'll be there till Thursday, but George has a couple of weeks in that area before he heads for Bucharest. I think I can safely pack away the bathers, t-shirts summer dresses and sandals now, and I'll have to start acquiring warmer clothes! Shopping in Venice and Florence - here I ...
Susan and I spent the day on a walking tour of Lecce; what a gem of a city. I have included a few pictures of some of the architecture and churches. But mostly in this blog entry, however, I wanted to thank a few people for their support on this trip.
First, my dear wife who followed my navigational instructions even when they led down uncertain paths, unpaved roads, superhighways and even ...
... in 26 days which averages to 71.7 kilometers per day. Or for those of you that are metrically challenged, that is 1,159 miles or 44.3 miles per day.
Another significant stat, and probably more important, is that this fall marks 30 years since Susan and I first met. This trip has been a tremendous way to celebrate that ...