Park Hotel San Michele
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... removable roofs to avoid paying taxes. When the tax man visited, they would remove the roof and avoid the tax. Once he left they would once again put the roof back in place. The houses are tiny on the outside and are so cute that you think that at any moment a little munchkin is going to exit from a door way! Inside some have high ceilings while others even the shortest in ...
... freaked out as its her first time as is Silvana's. The mourners are very comfortable with it all and just chat as if she is still alive. They don't realise that we do things differently in Australia. We sit for a while absorbing it all in and chat and reminisce with the others but as the house begins to fill with more and more people we tell Sarina we will be back in the morning. The tradition or should I say the protocol is that they stay ...
... up lunch up to the park under the trees, bread buns with tomato and olives baked into them ,filled with salad and cheese.
At night, since it was our last night we went out to dinner in Cisternino. We walked through the old part in the rain and found plenty of places which we had seen earlier in the week. Some places are like a butchers shop with all the meat displayed, you just choose what you want and they'll cook it for you, ...
... a fun couple of hours at the rocky beach here swimming under the cliff caves.
We visited the town of Matera which has the Sassi, which up until the 1950's was the slum cave dwellings that hundreds of people lived in,
with no power or running water, with families and animals all living together in such a small, cramped space.
The government stepped in eventually and moved everybody as they proclaimed that ...
... town were the Red Bull does cliff diving and we went to the beach where they jump off.
Riley, Dad and I swam to a cave that was just a ledge of rock coming over our head.
We got home and jumped in the pool again.
It was warmer this time and we swam at like 8:00 at night.
We drove to a place called Matera it took about 1 hour to get there.
It is where there was poor people who ...