Colonna Palace Hotel Mediterraneo
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... top of the peninsula to a place called Baja Sardinia. Beautiful, just like every other place - but truly the provence of the rich and possibly famous. Roped off sections of beach, sun lounges for hire, the usual signs of exclusiveness!! But there are no high rises and the "resorty" stuff is small and only around small coves, it doesn't dominate the whole area, say like Surfers.This little part of Sardinia has been ...
... In yet another place, we could easily have been in Cradle Mountain National Park - complete with Cradle Mountain. The roads are so much better here too - wider, and a lot less traffic, more like Oz than Italy. We could both easily spend a lot more time here and regret that we only have a few days. It is such a big island, with so much to see and do! There are some quite remarkable prehistoric tombs and remnants ...
... the muzak. I've decided that there must be a muzak CD because I'm damned sure I've heard this exact sequence before on numerous occasions in Italy: Abba (Mama Mia, what else?) Stevie Wonder, Billy Joel (5 of his atrocious songs for every one other), with, believe it or not, Bing Crosby thrown in for good measure (google it, Darcy). And wait for it, all in Italian. Billy Joel is still Billy Joel, not matter what language its in. The ferry berths ...
After a long drive and ferry ride we arrived back at al vente to be welcomed by Franca and Tomaso.
Love and kiss all round. I am he r cara!!
Dinner at a local restaurant as opposed to touristica. Fresh fish caught today. Such welcoming people after the french tourist and hosts. Father and son so attentive and lots of ...
... Nuraghe Sait'Antine. WOW. It was a village built by bronze age people. It had many smal mound like huts for the plebs and a central stronghold for the cheif and upper class.
These villages were built 1700/2000 bc. The central tower was a dome structure with three levels and each level had a dome ceiling (dry stone construction). So dome ground floor, up stairs around the perimeter to next level on ...