Park Hotel La Grave
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Concierge desk
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... a proud Chicagoan and Cubs fan) and her husband Nick. They've been in Bari about 12 years and time flew as we exchanged info about Chicago, Houston, our pets and the Italian culture.
The next morning we headed for the car rental place to pick up our car for the next leg of our trip to Matera. Upon arrival we were informed ...
... sundried tomatoes in olive oil and freshly pressed olive oil, all home grown. It was only a short drive the next morning to drop the car off in the seaside resort of Pescara. Our hotel overlooked the now deserted beach, but there were still a lot of people walking and cycling along the path beside the beach. Most of the restaurants lining the seafront were also closed. The city was pleasant as most of the shops were in a pedestrian only area. The next day we were off to ...
... the Government relocated the 30,000 population to a new housing development.
Today the Government owns 70% of the properties. In recent times the area had been inhabited again, café, shops, boutique hotels - and is now listed as a UNESO World Heritage Site.
Absolutely delightful to wonder around - even in the rain, we spoke to a number of locals who are very excited about the rejuvenation of their town.
... relics of St Nicolas, which were 'stolen' from Turkey. It's still an important pilgrimage destination, which we saw when we went down the stairs to the crypt and saw worshippers taking communion, and what looked like handing their prayers to one of the three priests, who were standing in a special area, to be blessed and then placed with a statue of St Nicolas. For lunch, Rob returned to the deli and this time the man made an extra special roll, with ...
... than the Preziosa which was the previous ship we were on. That was 18 decks high - this one is 14 decks high. The ship isn't as new, but we like the smaller ones. The Orchestra (the first cruise) was smaller too, not sure how many decks now, but not 18 decks anyway. I seem to have acquired a personal waiter again - breakfast, lunch and dinner! Takes my order off a special menu and delivers ...