Calane Hotel Village
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... wandering round. Not sleazy, it's just what they do. They're all nicely dressed. All quite short. Maybe that's where my height comes from, must be the Italian heritage. Day 4. Washing day today. Things dry well with the radiator things here. Got a bit more onward accommodation booked. It's getting busier and more expensive. Lunch at my restaurant again then packing up my case. It's getting fuller and heavier! What a surprise. Off to Bari tomorrow for 2 ...
... 1.50 euro! And you get 2 good size glasses out of it). So filling. 16 euros. I can see why they have a siesta. Big meal (plus wine makes you sleepy). Before lunch I had a look in the Ducal Palace. There were some lovely friezes (of course). All the floors are made from pure marble. Beautiful. (They are in the old town too). For dinner I had another piece of focaccia. Watched Evita on my little netbook. Glad I brought it with ...
... s bloody cold! My air BnB host Enrico is there to pick me up. We drive to the self contained apartment, which is beautiful. The problem is that it's in the old town (no cars in there) so we park and walk to it. It's like a rabbit warren in there. I'll never find my way out (or back to the unit)! He's left a bit of food for me so I'm not going out there tonight. I'll wait till tomorrow when hopefully it won't be raining and I've got more hours to find my way back if I get ...
Tuesday 23rd Dec - I know I'm getting a little repetitive, but ever since I saw this place on a TV program I have wanted to visit it in real life, so this was our chance as its only a short train trip from Bari. It's a picturesque village that is another World UNESCO heritage site for its unique "trulli" houses that have cone shaped roofs.
The history behind them is, once the whole town where just of trulli and being typical Italian - they were designed to fiddle ...
... trulli.html Anyway the countryside changed and resembles the Riverina with large properties and crops, then up pop the limestone walls with olive groves, orchards and crops. Got to Alberobello and had a bit of a look around. The parking was interesting, went to put money in the machine for a ticket and it would not accept it, put credit card in and it took two euros and gave me an hour. Whilst having lunch the parking guru was there so I asked ...