Travel Blogs from Lunamatrona
... beach, amongst small cliffs/huge rocks.
- Teaching about 15 Sardinians how to play kings cup!
... Today we stopped at Port Torres, Sardinia Italy and kids (after a late night) decided to sleep in and prepare for waterwars at Club Popi. Al and I left them and headed to shore to explore. Very quite little town with beautiful beaches and a small white church on the edge of a cliff looking over the ocean. Very Mumma Mia style. A look through town (10minutes) then coffee before heading to the ...
... photos and then continue to the museum of GaribaldiIt is 5 euros each to get in and we have to go with a guide. she gives us a couple of flyers in English which we read and it explains the artifacts and furniture in each room. We still have no clue who this guy is other than a "hero of two worlds". A guide comes out shortly and says Prego, Prego and waves us and three men into the compound and begins our tour. She doesn't ...
... 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 ...
... we have to hunt down a patch of sand or mud amonst the grass. We now know why there are mooring buoys here.
We were anchored off the site of the remains of Tharros an ancient city founded by the Phoenicians and dating back to around 700BC. This city was built over by the Romans and also used in the Middle Ages. Remains of churches, temples, water ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting