Calane Hotel Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... felt tall!
We wander around for a few hours visiting the various stores and houses all the whilst sampling the local liqueurs. Silvana has discovered the Indian fig one and is happy to sample the many offerings of the local stores haha. We also admire the beautiful hand loomed linen products as there are quite a few local artists and crafters all creating as we wander around.
... sneak a few shots. Photos though can never capture the true beauty of these caves. We walk underground for an hour with a tour guide as these are guided caves and it costs €10 per person.
It's now time to head back to Fagnano. We have all agreed to give Ben a turn in leading our group. We all agree on the route and check that we all have the same address in our GPS's and maps app. The drivers and navigators are now very confident ...
Today our group of 15 (we call ourselves ...put your arms in the air like you just don't care) travel to Matera for an overnight stay at the Hilton, whilst visiting Matera. It's agreed that we lead so I give Denise the address for the Hilton at Matera. Francesca and Anthony just type in Matera and the others are following. Off we go with our google maps and a convoy of 4 cars with 15 people. Apart from a few detours due to roadworks the first half of the trip was ...
... too. Kevin had the boar Bombette with three different fillings one rocket the and Parmesan, one mushroom and bacon, one buffalo mozzarella , I had Orecchiette with a slow cooked meat sauce,both very meaty dishes. Kevin's entree was meatballs and tomato sauce and I had beef carpaccio which is paper thin raw beef cut and served with rocket leaves and Parmesan. We had a half bottle of local Primativo red. All good
From Robyn in ...
... and Derek walked the town. Dinner was outside with our tour group. Six Aussies and two Aussie hosts who have lived in Italy for twenty years. All local food, simple but very tasty. Warm calm evening. Walked up many stairs to the highest point for a view of the Sassi (cave dwelling area) and then into bed by 11pm.