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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... way to the waterfront. We have picked a bar/restaurant that has a wood fired pizza oven, and we are currently drinking beers while looking out over a beautiful little marina. It is very quiet - we really are at the end of tourist season. Most of the really big hotels and resort complexes are closed up until next summer. I'm sure most of the restaurants won't be far behind. A lot of the shops are empty and we've wondered ...
... close by at a place called Arzachena. We had both wanted to visit these sites as they date from the Bronze Age and are in remarkably good shape. What we saw was a Nuraghic burial tomb and a village. The stone "house' is amazing, how they managed this is impressive. It surprises me that we are able to walk through the area and even go into the circular stone house. From there onto another coastal town for ...
... but we are staying out of town about 30 minutes at a place called Porto Rotondo - evidently a little ritzy. Find the hotel with no problems and check in to find a full blown BIG FAT Italian wedding going on. It is the perfect cliche. Love it!! The hotel is delightful, driving in I felt like I could be convinced that I was in a spaghetti western and that Clintio Eastwoodio would ride out of the desert at any moment. Now I'm not so sure as ...
... and olives. I was getting the olives from the .ittle man at the deli counter and Jeff was getting a cheese from the fridge area. He just looked at Jeff and wa e his hand down with a NOH! and suggested he get his cheese, which we did.
Weather has beeb bellissimo, buena excellent.
GREAT TO HEAR 1ST IN DANCING MOO!!
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... br> Before we new it the hotel partener bought out some local goats cheese and typical sadinian bread for us.
Next thing he brings out a pitcher of his red wine. We decided to get kabobs from the shop around the corner and dine at the table in front of the hotel.
A evening walk to the local gelati shop a d we were ready to retire.
The local markets were just setting up at 9.00pm!,!