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- Non-smoking rooms
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Nous sommes partis de Porto Corallo le matin pensant que la mer serait calme et qu'il y aurait peu de vent. Et bien non.. Les prédictions météo étaient mauvaises. Dès que nous avons quitté le port nous avions un vent de force 6 allant jusqu'à 8. Trois fois J a pris une bonne douche d'eau de mer à la barre, moi je m'en suis pas trop mal sortie! On avançait vite mais ...
Traveled from Caglairi along a combination of road types. Interpreting the GPS directions took us up lanes and dead ends but the advantage was we were off the tourist routes. Housing so different to Australian standards. However all seemed well kept. We stopped at Nauaghi and toured the archeological restoration of Stone, Bronze, Steel and Roman civilizations. These stone constructions after being utilised for various requirements were abandoned around the 6th century ...
... which was good. Our car doesn't seem to have too much get-up-and-go, and Eldon doesn't like passing without some zip.
We are in a lovely hotel. We are not very close to the town center; we are about 300 steep feet down to the water. We got checked in and set out to see the town. We stopped for a beer overlooking the Mediterranean; it was ...
... and explore all around the structure. The kids were exceedingly impressed with the Nuraghe and the history of the structure ( a good sign for our trip to Rome!).
At dinner last night we asked Jackson and Abby their favorite things about our time here in Sardinia. Elephant Rock topped Abby’s list, and Jackson was most excited about staying up late, eating gelato and pizza, and of course, scuba diving. They were also quick to note the not ...
... up and up there I hope.
Our room at this resort was classified as being within one hotel and the resort had many different "hotels". It's quite a big place, enough so they manage to have the wildlife retreat in the middle and have something like 11 pools and 5 or 6 private beaches. We only visited the one beach that was close to our hotel as we wanted our time there to be more about relaxing and not planning more excursions. However, had we wanted to we could ...