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Travel Blogs from Selva di Fasano
... looking for the obligatory key ring. We also use Casa Dorsi’s wifi for a while at his reception before heading home. Tea will be cook and eat at home tonight so we make some carbonara pasta which is really nice. Overall we enjoyed a down day as tomorrow is the Amalfi Coast and while I have managed to drive everywhere so far, I have tried to explain the roads there to the family and I am sure they think I am exaggerating.
Tomorrow, they will see I am ...
... Matera, I inadvertently end up on the north side which is the opposite of where I wanted to be. In heavy traffic, we are guided by a tour operator to a parking spot, he offers a tour to the Rupestrian churches of Matera as well as the older part of the sassi, Caveoso. This is where there are caves people used to live in but lie deserted in most cases. The tour guide has his dog with him and seems to be always on his phone, so the tour is not great but is cheap. At ...
... and doors are blue – it reminds me of Santorini. We take some pictures and enjoy our walk though Dianne complains about all the steps. She will see a lot more of those when we get to the Amalfi Coast. We rejoin the kids, it is 1.00 so we head down to Piazza Garibaldi for lunch.
Lunch is great. Josh orders fish and chips believe it or not and gets a nice dish of calamari, whitebait, prawns and mussels – nothing like what ...
... up on to the belvedere overlooking the town. To see a cluster of hundreds of trulli for the first time is very interesting. We love the view and the shoppers are already rubbing their hands together mentally as they look at the shops on offer. We commence, Dianne goes in hard and has already spent within the first few minutes, Bianca also has some things in mind. Josh and I wander up the street looking at the trulli. They have images on some of ...
Off to Lecce to see another historic town, it's about 90 Kim's away, but on a good motorway. We are there in a little over an hour. First stop was to find a cafe and order an espresso with a nice pastries. Found one on the main piazza with the Utrusian ruins right in front of us. They were closed to entry but we could walk around and see in just as well. Then went off on our own walking tour looking at shops, castles and plenty of churches. Some in the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service