Perla del Gargano Hotel Restaurant
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Spent the day catching up on some much deserved rest. Got some sun and finished reading my book, "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings," by Maya Angelou. I only wish I had WIFI so I could communicate, it's been 3 days now. The ship offers WIFI but it costs $.75 per minute and an additional $4 to activate an account with them. I just keep hoping that we get access at the next port. I thought I should tell you a little about our ship. It is named the ...
... we got back on the bus and drove through the snow capped Apennines on our way to Vieste. Vieste is a seaside resort on the Adriatic coast that is a favorite holiday retreat of the Italians and Germans but little known to most Americans. We stayed in the old town in a cliff side hotel which was unexpectedly modern and beautiful. There are many narrow streets of about 8 feet wide and many other dwellings and ...
... Federico took us to watch the Palio di San Giorgo (the annual ox race). We were then invited back for tea. Wonderful people - even our accommodation was paid for. As it was getting dark Federico drove us to the next village Serra Capriola with his friends George and Richard. I will remember this day with fond memories for a very long ...
... building rather quickly. Foggia is la fairly large town located in the region of Puglia (similar to a state in USA), which is next to the region of Molise (where Campobasso is located). We were told that birth information could be found in Foggia for San Severo. However, the gentlemen who assisted us in the government building found in their computer several Damiano surnames, but not back to the 1800s. One man ...
La Masseria Il Frantoio - Sabato a Lunedi, Marzo 17th 2014.
We can't believe how we have struck gold yet again. We struggled to find it but on the left, as we travelled north from Ostunia to Fasano, was the sign for La Masseria Il Frantoio. After a kilometre off the main road, we arrived at electric gates, announced our arrival through an adjacent internal phone and drove in. We were escorted to an ancient olive grove, provided with electricity and shown the ...