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... It's cold, rainy and very grey. Instead, we ventured out to the Roman Theatre, which someone dug up in their backyard in 1929 while attempting to lay some foundations. It's an intimate theatre seating about 400, compared with the large amphitheatre for 25,000 from the same Augustan era, which was discovered nearby, in the main Oronzo Piazza earlier in the 20th Century. The Museum attached to the theatre holds some masks too, and also had some hilarious English translations of ...
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Third, thanks to our friends Dario and Giuseppe at Siciclando Bike tours. They kindly assisted us on this trip with free advice and encouragement. If you ever want to do a bike trip in Italy, call these guys. One tip proved most valuable. They recommended that we use Schwalbe Marathon Plus tires. Wow! We rode over unpaved roads, glass, cobblestones for 1,800 ...
Today was our last day of pedaling. We finished strong covering 108 kilometers which was our biggest day of the trip. We started from Otranto and rode up along the coast and through the olive groves nearly to Brindisi then turned inland, and back south, toward our destination of Lecce.
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Today we returned to Otranto, which we visited five years ago on our first ever bike trip to Italy. The ride up the coast was gorgeous with rolling hills and sheer cliffs to the ocean; it was some of the best biking terrain we have seen. Otranto brings back very fond memories of time spent here with friends. We stayed in the same five ...
... more days of riding and then will finish with two days in Lecce - known as the Florence of southern Italy. Tonight we are in Gallipoli. Our hotel is a converted palace with a roof deck overlooking the sea. Old town Gallipoli is actually an island with many beautiful churches, quiet little streets and wonderful people. We are soaking it all ...