Hilton Garden Inn Bari
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... a proud Chicagoan and Cubs fan) and her husband Nick. They've been in Bari about 12 years and time flew as we exchanged info about Chicago, Houston, our pets and the Italian culture.
The next morning we headed for the car rental place to pick up our car for the next leg of our trip to Matera. Upon arrival we were informed ...
... mostly gestures we managed to buy a breadroll laden with meat and cheese, and pepper for Rob, and some wafer thin slices of prosciutto, and some cheese for me. Another small shop had the small deep red tomatoes, a cucumber and a lettuce to complete the lunch. Later in the afternoon we went for a walk along the waterfront, past the small blue fishing boats and the now deserted fish market. We found the supermarket and I enjoyed seeing the tasty looking food ...
... by itself. Has told me if I want packed lunches to take on tours he will organise food for me. Feeling very "special" these days!
Docked at Bari in Italy today. Lots of fisherman on the wharf set up in stalls selling their fresh fish. Quiet around town being a Sunday. Back on ship now and Merv is watching rugby in the sports bar.
Looking forward to going to Katakolon ...
... 95, which we thought was amazing value. To fill the time before our flight home from Bari we went to Giovinazzo, a seaside town just up the coast which was full of Italians enjoying a promenade in the sun. The flight home was rather bumpy and Gatwick 10 degrees colder than Bari and we had a bad tempered taxi driver from the airport, but felt better after one of Wally's bacon sandwiches.
So we were now on the way to Italy. Once we got on the ferry, we sat up on the top deck and admired the night skyline while enjoying a glass of vino. We didn't stay up too long as we were fairly tired and needed to sleep. The cabin was cosy to say the least and I had the top bunk, having said that there was still room for en suite facilities and it was just for two of us. The downside was no window so when the light was switched off it was so dark it ...