Palace Hotel Bari
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPalace Hotel Bari
A little musty, but comfortable and conveniently located just a short walk from Bari's old town and pedestrian zone. Breakfast was top notch with an excellent selection of hot and cold items, including several types of cheeses, and a variety of fruit and pastries.
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Travel Blogs from Bari
So what does Havana in Cuba and the Osteleria Travi in Bari in Ital have in common? Well, at some stage or other, both Dyana and I have been in and had an extraordinary experience.
I'll start with the restaurant in Italy.
Bari is near the heel of the boot of Italy on the Adriatic coast, and we have been recommended to try a …
... and nearly everyone you see has a cone of gelato in their hand, this is Polignano a Mare. It was such a typical Italian town and I loved it so much. One night at dinner I saw a young boy, no older than eight, drinking from a glass of wine. Everyone at my table was appalled, but I figured this was what my mom always talked about at Christmas! Ever since I can remember, my mom has always placed a glass of wine in front of me at dinner because it's just ...
... No chance of little fingers getting in there! Actually, they didn't look like they were scoping me out even once so I shouldn't be mean. It was quite interesting and made the rest of the train ride go quite fast. Anyway, got to Bari Centrale station with no mishaps. Had to find my way from the little private tracks over to the TrenItalia part. (Of course that meant a subway with heaps of stairs!) Left my suitcase at left ...
... been hard in the old days for people here. The Trulli houses would have been very cold in winter and probably hot in summer. No power or running water. This area was a very poor area of Italy. The food from here is called Cucina Povera meaning something like peasant food. It's good wholesome food. In demand now. Back in Martina Franca and I love the old area. In the dusk light it just looks beautiful. Especially the Church. There's always a lot of old ...
... s raining and blowing a gale. I'm very disappointed. The weekly market is on today. I did try and get there but it was just too wet and windy. Kept blowing my umbrella inside out! So on my way back I stopped in at a little coffee shop (the standing only variety) and had a nice cafe latte. Took a photo of the owners. Then I found a little shop that had a 1969 model Vespa scooter so I just had to buy it. Good momento ...