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... 8217;s. It all looked very cosy but difficult to imagine a family of six plus a horse and some livestock all living there at the same time.
We walked down to the bottom of the gorge and up the other side to get a better view of the whole town. After our picnic lunch watching a red kite glide on the thermals, we wandered back to the town and explored even more of the town before heading back to the campsite.
... the acropolis. Locally made cheeses, bread and meats were balanced with an assortment of sundried tomatoes, olives, fresh apricots, dates and raisins from the street vendors. Yummm! Then just another 30 km of nice riding, except for the part labeled "changelling" in our tour notes which turned out to be not too bad. We arrived in Alberbello late afternoon and checked in to the Trullidea Resort which is made up of beehive shaped little ...
... from getting too excited. Tim arrived about 3:45 so the family was finally all together and ready to vacate! Flight to Munich was fine, most of us watched a movie, ate a typically poor airline dinner and tried to sleep, Margot most successfully with some chemical help. Flight was in early to Munich which actually gave us time to get a quick breakfast before our flight to Bari, which was similarly ...
... houses. Robert's mother was from Wales but the family had moved back to Italy about 15 years previously to take over the farm. His father was a chef and sometimes ran cookery school classes at their home. Such a unique place to stay and the grounds were equally as lovely dotted with olive trees, cherry trees and a large vegetable and herb garden.
Drove to nearby Cisternino, where the heart of the village gives ...
Matera looked amazing in the daylight and our accommodation was in an amazing location right in the heart of everything. The ancient city of Matera is one of th first continuously inhabited sites in Europe. We were very near to Sant Angelo which is the luxury accommodation in Matera. After a good sleep it was time to go and find a cafe for breakfast. Wandered up towards the main road at the top and found a lovely little cafe - ...