Club Valtur Capo Boi
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- Continental Breakfast
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... navigating we found the coast road twisty and gnarly with baron dry scrub and rocky landscapes.
We followed it down to Villisemus which was once a fishing village but now a marina with restaurants and sun bathing beaches, great places to swim and the water aqua blue and crystal clear. We chose a restaurant that overlooked the cape and marina, Kevin had swordfish and I had fresh ...
... and headed in for some lunch . We drove down to Pula that day ,by the sea, a scary journey of rugged roads and dangerous drivers! Feeling exhausted we pushed our way back through all the craziness to find our accomodation in an area called Molentargius. It was difficult to find at first, had to ask a few places and people of where it was. Finally we discovered it after some detective work by Kevin behind twelve foot high metal gates with security cameras and barbed wire! The ...
... to our room for our lunch and bottle of wine. Needless to say, after the sun and wine we both took a nice long nap.
We went back down to the bar at about 6:30 for a before-dinner drink and enjoyed their happy hour again. This time they had deep fat fried olives in a really nice crust. I wish I knew how they fried these things in a crust that didn't fall off when ...
... Punto) and were on our way to the hotel by 5:30. We drove through really windy and windy roads. Yes, the roads were really curvy. The wind was horrific. It was kind of frightening to drive in the conditions. Hopefully tomorrow the winds will die down so we can enjoy the beach.
We arrived at our hotel at 6:20. It's a lovely resort right on the water. We opted to do half board which includes breakfast and dinner. It was 40 ...
Today we have returned to Italy and reached Cagliari the capital of Sardinia. It is an odd little place with the old wall city perched on a hilltop overlooking the port to the south and the urban sprawl of the modern city crunched up against its walls on the other sides. The port authorities don't want you walking around the port so they provide a free shuttle bus to take you on a five minute ride to the port gates. From here you step across the road and straight ...