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Puglia advice

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We are planning a 3week trip to Tuscany, Puglia and Paris in October. My question concerns Puglia. We have 5 nights and a car in Puglia. Planning to spend 3 nights near Fasano at Masseria Montenapoleone. Then two nights at the Risorgimento in Lecce. I am now wondering whether it makes sense to move to Lecce the last 2 nights, or whether it is just easier to stay put,and drive the extra distance one day to see Lecce, Otranto and Galipolli. We are leaving from Brindisi so either location is easily accessible to the airport. I would be very grateful for any feedback. Also, thank you for all the fabulous trip, restaurant and food reviews for Puglia. Your reports have inspired me to go.

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