Nova Siri Holiday Village
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
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Today we set off on a longer day trip to see Devil's bridge. To be fair, the trip was great, and Devil's bridge was nice to see, but it was a heck of a trip to get there !! Not helped by our satnav which decided to take us on a 10km detour only to bring us back to where we ...
... overnight stop at Mmmmm. We pass through more stunning scenery including another hill top town called Episcopi. Eventually, aft dark, we arrive at the town of mmmmm, but cannot find the hotel so we stop at s petrol station and a driver who is filling up,is very helpful and said if we follow him he will take us the.......which he does and were very grateful as we do not know how we would have found it otherwise! ...
... phone or text Katia to arrange pick up and rather embarrassingly we had ordered drinks thinking that we could kill time, only to discover that Pietro was already waiting. The waitress didn't look too happy having already opened the beer! We were dropped again at the post office in town and we wandered through the streets this time of course in daylight looking for the restaurant that we had tried to book the evening before. Unfortunately it was still busy and no table available ...
... to find a very large ship with its mouth wide open and so we just drove up and onboard without really being sure that we were even on the correct boat. Virtually as soon as we got Travis onboard the ship started to sail
Now we weren't even certain that we had driven onto the correct ship let alone where it may be heading. We eventually consoled ourselves with the thought that at least the pointy end of the boat was facing towards mainland Italy - the ship did in ...
... the way was, after about an hours driving, to call into and explore the town of Matera. Matera is a small town in Southern Italy which was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Listing in 1993. The town is quite unique because human habitation in this region can be traced back to the Ice Age. On view is basically a whole town which had been carved into the walls of the surrounding mountains. On seeing the place I ...