VOI Porto Giardino Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Leaving Naples it was quite foggy and it really felt very wintery. The country side is hilly with many small farms, lots of freshly ploughed fields, vineyards and olive groves. Quite a few creeks and streams running with water. Getting closer into Bari the landscape begins to flatten out. Bari is a port city and the capital of the Puglia region. The largest church is the Basilica de San Nicola (St Nicholas) built in the 11 century, ...
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... very cosy and settling in for our first night, dinner in again. 5.11.14 Alberobello Had very heavy wind and rain last night, so bed was quite comfy to stay in, breakfast was simple but nice. Decided to go for a drive and explore and there are Trulli's built for miles around not just close to Alberobello. Went back into town and bought a bread stick and some prosciutto for dinner with the cheese and red wine we have left. It was lunch time ...