HOTEL BUZZ: Borgo Egnazia in ITALY

HOTEL BUZZ: Borgo Egnazia in ITALY
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Nestled amid a 250-acre private estate beside the Adriatic, Borgo Egnazia offers visitors the opportunity to experience living in a Puglia village with posh five-star amenities. The architecture is influenced by Puglia’s multiple invaders and includes a Moorish style palace with modern interiors and private villas. Comprised of 63 rooms, the village was constructed using only indigenous materials like cream-colored sandstone built by local artisans. The result is a striking modern masterpiece that retains the charm and quaintness of the surrounding village.

Guests to the five-star resort can relax in the 19,000 square foot VAIR spa, play a round of golf on the picturesque 18 hole championship San Domenico Golf Course, or relax poolside in one of the hotel’s three outdoor swimming pools. For a fun excursion, guests can take day trips to nearby picturesque towns like Alberobello, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Starting rates at Borgo Egnazia begin at $ 286.48 USD (€220.00) for a Superior Room.  Vi…………… continues on wandermelon

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A city of the medieval Hanseatic league of trading nations with a mix of Latvian, Germanic and Russian cultures, Riga has a rich 800-year history and a vibrant modern buzz.

A trip to the Latvian capital is an opportunity to see world class art nouveau buildings, join trendy locals in top eateries and take a trip down the memory lane of Soviet history.


After arriving, you have a choice of several good hotels, from the top end Neiburgs Hotel favorite of German tourists or the Grand Hotel in the medieval Old Town, the boutique Hotel Bergs in the newer center, which has hosted celebrities such as Lady Gaga, or bigger chain hotels like the Radisson Blue Hotel Latvija.

Riga is split into two central parts favored by tourists – the historic Old Town near the river, and the newer center, which includes the Art Nouveau district, as well as the main shopping streets.

5 p.m. – The first excursion is to the Old Town, starting from the square at the top end of the area nearest to the river Daugava. Here you will see a statue of French medieval epic hero Roland, who was a symbol of justice in northern German towns and which the German-dominated Riga burghers decided to erect in 1897.

Roland, along with several other buildings, was destroyed during World War Two and the city council has gone to great lengths and expens…………… continues on Welland Tribune

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