San Martin Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews San Martin Hotel Giovinazzo
Travel Blogs from Giovinazzo
... had a guided tour through these large underground caves. We were only allowed to take photos in the first cave which has a opening in the roof, the rest of the caves were all closed and full of stalagmites etc, some of them were quite pretty. After the cave we were back on the bus to a small costal town where we had a brief walk through and then back on the bus to the ship. We didn't get back on board till 8pm and then we sailed at 8.30. Life onboard is not quite as I expected. ...
Yesterday we stopped in Bari, Italy. There were a lot of excursion options but we decided to do our own city tour. As soon as we entered the city we noticed the streets were blocked off and there were bails of hay in the corners. We had no clue what was about to happen but we had fun guessing. I obviously wanted to see a crazy parade and Mike thought it was a bike race. We were both wrong it was a classic car show with Ferraris and ...
... the roofs of the trulli. Alberobello refers to the oak trees that were used to make weapons. The area used to be covered in the oaks. They were “live” oaks never completely shedding their leaves.
Walking through Alberobello, there are 1400 truly remaining. About half are still inhabited and the other half are used as stores. Most have undergone ...
... the cliff top look outs, visiting little souvenir shops and walking on the tiny cove beach. When walking some of the streets we saw the cafe guy who had served us in Matera! when we had had breakfast there two mornings in a row. He recognised us also and greeted us with Ciao.
The beach and village looked lovely against the blue sky. Enjoyed a gelato for lunch down on the beach and ...
... on and went out into the world. I know I looked as miserable as I felt, but I knew I wasn't going to see any of these people on the street ever again, so who cares? I had no WiFi, no phone service, no map, and absolutely no idea where I was going. My body hated me for every step that I took, but I'm an independent biatch and I was on a mission for soup. I found a grocery store, but of course soup just wasn't a thing, so I settled for pasta and by ...