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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... beach, amongst small cliffs/huge rocks.
- Teaching about 15 Sardinians how to play kings cup!
Third day on the cruise and everyone is very relaxed. Boys love kids club (club popi) and have made friends with another Spanish boys Migual and the teacher Matt is a huge hit. They didn't come home until midnight when the club finished. As Nic and I are sharing a room I was shocked here I am a parent waiting for our 12 and 9 year olds to come home so WE can go to sleep. A sign of things to ...
... drive up the steep driveway again. So far it has only felled me the first time.Just a bit to get to town now and we stop at the grocery that is very close to us but it is closed so I drive to our hotel and up the steep hill and someone else has taken my parking space. They had parked next to me yesterday and blocked me in but left before we did. I didn't think I could fit in there so I parked on the grass hill behind the ...
... a massive deserted hotel. But hit 11pm and all the oldies rolled on into the bar, and an atrocious cover band kicked off with a Boy George cover. Wow. Unique. Thing is, not one person on board spoke Inglese. Nearly everyone was Italiano or espanol. This was only the beginning - landing on a sparkling day in Sardinia at Porto Torres, not even the people at the tourist office spoke English and I ...
... baths, roads, houses an shops are all here.
Dominating the site is a Nuragic tower. These are everywhere along the Sardinian coast are the monumental symbols of the island. These nuraghe are supposedly a mystery as to their function and the origins of the people who built them. There are 7000 of these towers still visible some as high as 20metres.