Hotel Altair

Address: Via Giudea 4, Brindisi, Puglia, 72100, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via Giudea 4, Brindisi.
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Travel Blogs from Brindisi

Gallipoli (Italy) - then ferry to Greece

A travel blog entry by antsmac on Aug 21, 2014

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Another bloody 10am check out and another hot night left us sitting outside with washing half dried, coffee cups still full and breakfast on the table at 9.45... Owen headed off to ask for an extension at reception - granted! We got the van packed up and headed for the pool to cool down. After checkout, with time to kill before the ferry we went in search of 'the most amazing blue beach in italy' according to the lonely planet. After being refused ...

Rubble shifting

A travel blog entry by arwie on Jun 14, 2014

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Mark and Raye are just about to install on above ground swimming pool on the base of an old rainwater cistern. One side has been demolished and the rubble needs clearing. What a team. we shift the lot in less than two hours before the day gets too hot. Shower off the dust and then to the beach for a well earned swim. Lovely sandy bay with clear water. ...

Church festival

A travel blog entry by arwie on Jun 13, 2014

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Off to Ceglie Messapica this evening to a festival in honour of St. Antonio di Padua. Lovely old buildings, the church full to overflowing and lots of pomp and ceremony. The statue of the saint is carried around the town accompanied by a band and lots of followers. We follow most of the crowd to the town square. In a very narrow ...

Venice - Florence

A travel blog entry by sueesposito on Jun 12, 2014

On arriving near Venice we got straight onto our water taxi for a magical trip to our accommodation Hotel Cavellto in Venice. It was busy walking through St Marks Square with hawkers tourists and locals going about their business. Our room had an enormous heavy key that they suggest you leave at reception because if you drop it in Venice it will disappear into the canal water. As we opened our window in our room all our tour friends could talk to us through their windows ...

When in italy

A travel blog entry by arwie on Jun 12, 2014

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... a promised ice cream. Anyone who thinks that a Cornetto is an Italian style ice cream has not been to Italy! The choice of flavours is incredible, with more being put on display from the kitchen while we dither over our choices. I go down a fairly predictable chocolate route and we all sit in the square, trying not to get covered in melting ice cream, in my case ...