Palace Hotel Bari
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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 …
... conical-roof houses are all over this region, but this is the one most oriented to tourists with lots of gift shops. They even charge to go up to their roof top to have a view. So are free, but you walk through the gift shop. Good marketing strategy!
We would have liked to stay longer but we planned to visit a cave-dwelling village about an hour away ( for us it will take longer!)
Matera is in this ...
... via google that looked great, but were a little pricy and extensive for what I was looking for. Having said that, if I returned I think I'd opt for the organized tour where some one else plans the route and where they know the quieter back roads etc. In the case of Matera in the southern region of Bascillicata, after checking out the train options which involved a commute to Bari and a connection with a different train line, I decided ...
... similar to English or French.... So we asked for assistance from the waiter. He assured us that they had special Gluten Free pasta and then explained the dishes to us.
A few minutes later we had ordered and we both seemed quite happy with the selection - even if Fish Tartare for entree may have been a bit ambitious considering Emma isn't the biggest fish fan... We got through the tartare, but neither of us really thought it was as good as ...
... It was a very simple church but it was kinda nice too compared to all the other churches we'd seen. After a quick look around we met back up with our tour guide at the church and wondered on again through Bari's streets. There were lots of little shops along the way and at one they were selling Italian lays. I bought a lay as that night the dress code for dinner was Italian. We then went ...
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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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