Monna Lisa Hotel

Address: Via Materdomini no79, Arnesano, Puglia, 73010, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Via Materdomini no79, Arnesano, is near The Awaiting Table.
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Travel Blogs from Arnesano

Day 14 - Nafplio

A travel blog entry by aalljjaamm on May 12, 2015

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Up early and to Tolo to catch cruise to Hydra and Spetses. Nice lunch in Hydra: fried zucchini balls, moussaka, former and meatballs in tomato sauce for J. Back late and dinner in our street: Karema Kastro: lamb souvlaki for A and swordfish souvlaki for ...

Day 11 - Napflio

A travel blog entry by aalljjaamm on May 09, 2015

Up for our "big" breakfast that kept coming. Then to the archaeological museum. No need for lunch. Bus to Epidavros in the afternoon. Back for dinner at restaurant in our street at Karema Kastro: stuffed vine leaves, moussaka, baked lamb and Greek ...

Day 10 - Patras to Nafplio

A travel blog entry by aalljjaamm on May 08, 2015

Not due in at Patras till around 1pm, though boat turns out to be late and we arrive at 3. Looking for the bus to the bus depot, to catch 4.30pm direct bus to Nafplio which we hope is running, we talk to a taxi driver. Only 7 euro to bus station so decide to go with him. He tells us that there is no direct bus and we'll have to go via Corinth. Anyway get him to take us to the bus station. Get there, and ...

The Last Day of Biking

A travel blog entry by kstephens on May 08, 2015

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... screened and got the bikes organized, but another absolutely perfect day, beautiful clear skies and low 70s to start. A quick tour past the Otranto waterfront then out into the country, and a little off-road path past some beautiful lakes. The GiroLibero team has done an absolutely spectacular job of taking us through beautiful Italian countryside on untraveled back roads and bike paths (percorso cicloturistico). Much of time, it was safe ...

The hills are alive...

A travel blog entry by kstephens on May 07, 2015

... some trees annoyingly (or maybe strategically, to give you a full, instant effect) blocking your view, you come to the very top, and are rewarded with a view something like this: straight out to your right, the fog burning off a navy blue sea, illuminated by the morning sun. Looking down, the sea gets brighter, turns turquoise, and then breaks in a beautiful, relentless crash on the rocks. In front and behind you along the coast, hills roll into gentle cliffs for miles. ...