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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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You know when you start recognizing the Italian songs on the radio and find you are talking to yourself in Italian, you have been here a while. Not sure we are going native, but we need to be careful. We have found one of the most beautiful regions of ...
... at the end. Guy is instantly dispatched to find out whether the third berth comes with or without a Greek lorry driver. OK... so it's without... instantly the towel on our non-existent guest's berth is on the floor beside Hilli's chosen hammock. The relief provided by the removal of the threat of carpet-touching brings the evening's first glimmer of a smile! A bottle of red wine, some creeeps and a comprehensive victory at Grandma's rummy and ...
... when we were told that there were heaps of the chairs left and that all passengers could upgrade! We climbed the stairs to our level where there were three rooms filled with around 150 chairs each - almost all of them empty. We selected a row at the front of the room, with extra leg room and a power point nearby and locked our bags to the chairs to claim our space before heading down to the ferry bar.
I don't think that most of the people realised about the ...
... in... see pic attached. Settled in on board and not long after approached by a kiwi couple travelling in a an too - apparently we stood out like a sore thumb as foreigners... Jandals and board shorts again maybe?! Discussed travel plans and decided to try an join then on he ferry to Ios the next day - turns out this wasn't even the couple in the kiwi flag van... Not sure where they got to as we never saw them the whole trip. No campsite tonight - just ...
So after taking a few days in Fondi to get settled and work on getting my italian r's rolling, as mentioned in my last entry I took an overnight train to the city of Lecce, deep in the heart of Puglia. The region of Puglia is on a peninsula surrounded by the Ionian and Adriatic seas that meet near Santa Maria di Leuca, the southern tip of Puglia. I had an opportunity to wander the streets of Lecce's centro storico for a few hours before catching my early afternoon train. A ...