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- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- TV Channel One Russia
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... Many beautiful views of the Adriatic helped to balance out some of the tension.
We arrived at Monte Sant Angelo along with some 30 tour buses and dozens of cars....oh boy, another adventure. We fell in step with the crowds and headed down the streets of the village. We spied a castle and peeled off the crowd to go investigate. We paid our 2 euros each and asked the sales person why all the people. ...
... not so much at our stop in Vieste. We took a short stroll around the town but we were not feeling the vibe so we left for our overnight stop in Mattinata. The town of Mattinata sits on the Southern coastline of the spur with Bari and the Southeast coastline visible in the distance.
Residence Il Porto where we are staying has commanding views of the sea ...
First we went to Mass celebrated by Fr. Parker at the Shrine of Padre Pio in the chapel. There was a St. Michael the Archangel painting there. This is where Padre Pio often said Mass and heard confessions. Then we ate breakfast at our hotel and went back up the hill to tour the Padre Pio museum and shrine. We toured the Church of Our Lady of Grace. This is a newer church but was built while Padre Pio was still alive. That is where ...
Today we woke up and had Mass at 6:30am on top of the roof of the hotel. In the background is the dome of St. Peter's Basilica. Then we went downstairs and had breakfast. Next we got on a bus for 5 hours. On the bus we slept, talked, and prayed the rosary and chaplet. Also, we had a flat tire and we had to pull over and fix it. Then we got back on the road and we ...
We spent the morning in Matera, again exploring the small streets and visiting an area that hasn't been restored in any way. We then drove to the opposite side of the ravine, from where you can see the town and get an idea of just how many caves there are. There were also some here, which must have been inhabited at one time, as there was another cave church and evidence of settling tanks and cisterns for rainwater. We ...