Hotel Residence Palazzo Baldi
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None of us slept very well, as we were comparing notes on "...the mosquito..."night. Each of us started our sleeping below, and one by one adjourned ourselves topside, with pillows, sleep-sacs and duvet covers in hand... These particular Mosquitos did not seem to bother us in the outside night air..... Thank goodness. Regardless of our pesky mosquitos, at 7:00a.m. Milena's engine roared to life, and we were off to a ...
... the hell out of here as you would not feel comfortable at all staying here. It was all over grown and on route out I noticed a rusty child swing set under the trees, this was the stuff of horror movies! As we stated to re-plan the journey someone appeared at the gate, I ackwardly asked if they were closed, the reply was no, and then I had politely say - we are fine, thank you... And drove off as fast as we could. I googled it to find out it is some sort of ...
... teacher with her studio in Rome, as well as her assistant for this week, Mattia Bertoli, a certified asthanga instructor in his own right with a yoga studio (sala) just outside of Rome (see www.ayrn.it). Lisa and I were paired as the 2 ashtanga rookies and placed in the very capable hands of Mattia. He patiently lead us through the primary series, first explaining/showing the poses and what came next, and then prompting us to start recalling more on our own. He provided ...
... established we went off to town to wander around the magnificent old town and eventually have diner. How do the Italians turn a simple few ingredients into a marvellous meal? My pasta was to die for, eat much more and I probably will.... The old town is unbelievably beautiful, every street a potential postcard picture. I suspect we are going to see more in the next few weeks. Tomorrow we will be in Sicily.
... of the old city at the gate to the city. However, when the map was installed, it was discovered the map dated from the late 19th century. So the square built by Mussolini in 1939 (the main square) was not on the map. But in true Italian style (the guide's words, not mine), they decided to leave the out-dated map in place.
On our way back to Alberobello, we took a detour to visit Ostuni - called the 'white city' due to its ...