Chia Laguna Resort - Hotel Laguna
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Tomorrow morning at 7:30 am, we will be able to see land! Today, we did an early morning yoga class, lounged and sunbathed by the pool, ate lunch at the Mexican Cantina, did a stretch and relax class, ate a relaxing formal dinner and watched a show in the theater. Just chill'in waiting to get to ...
Well, our trip has come and gone and now we are in Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy, waiting for our flights home tomorrow. We opted to stay in an American chain hotel near the airport, so there's not much for us to do today. We plan to just rest up and pack as we've got about 24 hours of travelling to do before we get home tomorrow night.
Photos from the last half of our trip will be added to the entires once I get ...
... weekend did not end up being that lucky. Poetto beach was about a 15 minute bus ride away so we headed out without knowing what to expect. When we got off the bus it was hard to determine where the ocean ended and the sky began because the water was perfectly blue. The beach stretched for about 8km so we were surrounded by sand and mountains on either side and it was one of the best views I have ever seen. There were probably less that 50 people on the entire beach so we ...
... We took the bus number PQ to lungomare poetto (the beach) which was very pretty although a bit dirty. There were plenty of windsurfers out in the sea enjoying the wind... At least someone was!! The flamingos are in the saline lakes of parco molentargius. They call salt the white gold and because of this salty water a lot of animals are attracted there specifically the pink flamingos which ...
... western views of the harbor below. We continued down past the Elephant Tower and the university reaching the ramparts of Bastion St Remy where we had a late lunch overlooking the harbor. Caffe Spiriti is normally packed during summer holiday, but we and two others were the only ones there. I has the local pasta, smaller than orzo and somewhat like couscous in a broth with shrimp with their heads still on and diced marlin. It was very tasty once I got ...