After a nice pausa, we went out again, toured the rock church, Madonna di Idris, with similar frescoes, and went to a museum to see how the people lived here up into the 1950s. The cave dwellings included space for donkeys, pigs, and chickens. Children slept in drawers or on straw pallets on dressers. There was only one bed for the parents, no plumbing. They even had photos of the last inhabitants. We went for apertivi at Area 8 bar and made a dinner off the buffet. A DJ played great music, including Dad’s favorite: Simon and Garfunkel. So many people were out and about this evening as it was a Friday, and there was a fair of local products. Richard bought some Mostra and olive oil. Late morning today we drive through Alberobello to Cisternino. Can’t wait to see all the trulli (medieval, beehive rock structures).