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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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From there we went to the Archeological Museum. This was very interesting. We watched about a 30-minute movie on all there is to see and do in this province. We then toured all the old relics of many eons ago. We saw several headstones, jewelry, pottery, tools and even some tiny little toys. We then just walked around a while looking for some place to have dinner. It was already after 7:00.
... if we could follow…. We found the boat tour company and bought our tickets (15 euro each and a further 13 euro each when we arrived at the Neptune's Cave, totalling 56 euro), but had to wait 1 hour until it was to leave, not a problem as we were allowed to sit on the boat and wait.
At 10:00am we were off, the boat was full and we were heading towards Neptune’s Cave as it is known. It is a Cave that the boat can partially enter and you get off ...
... about 3 km out, but too far to walk. We dumped our gear at the hotel and rode back in to town. We found a little café down by the harbour for breakfast and ever eagle, eyed Kerrie discovered a poster on the wall about a Vespa and Lambretta Show and Shine happening just across the road. What beautiful, classic machines these are. Most were from the 1950’s and restored to a high degree. We spent an hour admiring the machines – not quite ...
... me to leave because when I told him I was actually going to go he would say, in such a bland tone "Oh, but when are you going to come back then" (only as he started getting really ill) a million and one questions haha - God love that man.
It was time to get out there again and do what I love best - travelling and exploring cultures. I completed a short TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) qualification after my mother made a ...
... beach, amongst small cliffs/huge rocks.
- Teaching about 15 Sardinians how to play kings cup!