Park Hotel Valle Clavia
Travel Blogs from Peschici
... a late dinner, we were surprised to find that most of the town streets were blocked to traffic and a band was playing, It appeared that the entire town had come out for a grand celebration (including fireworks) - come to find out it was a funeral! Peschici has lots of little surprises.
It's so relaxing we decided not to venture too far – the town and it's colorful people are entertainment enough. Our room is steps from ...
... while we debated as to whether it rivaled Tuscany, we agreed this was an area worth returning to and exploring further. (We are sorry that we did not stop to take more photos.) The mountains gave way to sweeping plains as we got closer to Foggia. This farmland was clearly being used to grow field crops, as the fields themselves were large. There were also hundreds of wind turbines. We got to Foggia by 11:00 and stopped at the Saturday market to ...
... with all the usual tourist shops and restaurants. Worth a walk, but little else. Probably the nicest aspect was the views across and up, and down the lake. After circling Lake Maggiore, which included travelling into Switzerland, we made our way Eastwards towards Lake Como and our planned farm stop, which was high in the hills above the Northern shore of Como. The book we were using described the route as difficult, but as a recognised camper stop, we didn't think it would ...
... It was all excellent. When in doubt of what to get on a menu, ask the chef what he recommends! He also brought us his special desert to share. He was fun to talk to, and Tom got his cookbook, which he signed for him.
After leaving Monte Sant Angelo, we drove to a winery on the way to Bari. Tom had communicated with Luigi by email and set up an appointment for a wine tasting at 5:00.
... la vase et des sables mouvants..
Cependant, il y a des endroits comme cela , quelque soit le temps, la magie opère !!
et ici c'est un peu le cas , ilot brumeux et mystique , ce hameau construit sur un piton granitique. par de la les" bellevues" , j imagine le panorama dégagé sur l adriatique, la surface de l'étendue, azur, le va et vient des bâteaux et zodiacs , le golfe à droite poussant vers la ville de Trani ou de Bari un peu plus vaste et ...
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed