Bright vintage double bedroom with balcony. Large house in a well connected area rich in shops. Fully equipped kitchen,washing machine,wi-fi,etc.
If I'm at home,we'll spend good time together. If I sleep out,you will enjoy the house all for your own!
The bedroom is very confortable and bright with vintage (Thirties) furniture, a double bed and a balcony. It's perfect for a single guest or a couple (contact me if you have different requests).
The flat is spacious. There's a wide entrance hall, a dining room with a full equipped kitchen suitable for cooking. Shower box, sink, wc and bidet in the toilet.
The surrounding area is full of life and services. People are very friendly. Parking is free and safe almost all around (look for the white stripe painted on the ground! Blue one means pay for).
Check out at 11.30 (you can leave your luggage in the house for the rest of the day).
Zugang für Gäste
Guests will have access to alla shared places in the flat.
They will find food and drink for a satisfying breakfast in the kithchen and in the fridge.
They can cook and use all the household appliances.
For any further request... I shall do my best to help you!
Interaktion mit Gästen
If I'm staying at home, I will be very pleased to introduce you the town and its surrounding. Maybe we can find the way to visit some places together, to have dinner, to go out, etc.
I can speak English, some Spanish a bit of French and German... We'll find the way to talk a lot!
Lately I'm working a lot abroad so it's possible I will not be at home during your stay. In that case, my parents will let you access the house. You'll find everything ready inside and a brief introduction to house and surroundings. For any further request we will keep in touch!
Weitere wichtige Infos
There's no tv in the house... it's a social choice ;)
There are no keys in the doors (except for the bathroom).
There's no air conditioning in the room (but if you keep your door open for a while, the airconditioner in the entrance will work as well!)
Please, don't smoke in the house. You can smoke on the balcony, there's also an ashtray there! Bring a chair out and relax!
Please contact me if you are bringing a pet with you... just to know what kind of "friend" will share the house with us!
An now, some useful tips!
You'll find all the stuff for a rich breakfast in the kithchen and in the fridge
For anything else, the surroundings are full of shops and supermarkets where you can find food and loose yourself in a cheap Italian shopping. Shops are open from 9 am to 1 pm and from 5 to 8, 30 pm. Supermarket and food shops usually have longer opening time. Check it out if you're interested in any particular stuff or shop.
There's also an open air market next to the house, it's just a couple of minutes walking, going outside the building, on the left, along via Emilia (the cross between via Emilia and via Lucania). It's open in the morning from 8 am to 1,30 pm. You can experience a very cheap, coloured and "noisy" corner of "southernitalianity"! They don't speak english, of course, but every foreigner that went there was surprised by the sellers' communication talent!!
The area is also full of "pizzerie" (pizza restaurants), both sitting or thake away. Some of them are also good restaurants or "trattoria". They're cheap and mainly good. Choose the one that looks more attractive to you: you won't get wrong!
Just few suggestions in the plenty of ones: for a quick take away pizza or "panzerotto" try Pizzeria "Al rusticone" (1 minute walking), at the cross between via Emilia and corso Piemonte; for a good neapolitan style wood baked pizza try Pizzeria "Tam Tam" (3 minutes walking) on via Emilia, next to the cross with via Puglia; if you want to try some traditional local recipes and pizza, try "Nonsolopizza" (5 minutes walking), on corso Italia, before the cross with via Umbria. Some pizzerias serve gluten free or lactose free pizza, ask before!
"Panzerotto" is the most common street food in Apulia: it's a small versions of the "calzone" or closed pizza, like a "raviolo", filled with tomato and mozzarella and, sometimes, ham or mortadella. It could be fried (better) or baked (healthier).
If you're in the town center, you must try "ristorante Basile", in via Pitagora, next to Orfeo Theatre. It's a cheap old trattoria that serve a rich choice of traditional Ta(SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN)an dishes and a good cryspy pizza. Try also the sweets, they're divine!
I could carry on with innumerable tips but I think it's not the case to write a book now!
I prefer to invite you to discover the town and get surprised by the hospitality of its people, and amazed by the colours of sea, sky and sunsets!
Be friendly :)