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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... environmentally fused into a hill. It is interesting that the work on restoration began in1951 and one wonders where the money for the work came from. En route to Aritzo the village of Laconi was holding celebrations for St Ignatius - the only Sardinian saint. We visited the market and Leo purchased sox at bargain price but later discovered that the sox had no heel. Driving to Aritzo required negotiation more hairpin turns. The Hotel is a 4 star salubrious mountain ...
... a little before 8:00 to walk back down the hill for dinner. The place we thought we'd stop at, a little closer to our hotel, was closed. So we traipsed all the way down the hill and found a nice little restaurant to have our pizza in. We got a salad to share and a parma ham pizza. Had our usual wine so the walk back up the hill didn't seem so torturous. ...
... and amazingly I didn’t take any seasickness tablets. As most are aware I have been going to a Korean Acupuncturist for nearly 6 months now, we now know Jimmy’s Acupuncture is definitely doing me some good.
Anyway back to the cave, we entered the cave in the boat and followed a long column of people through the cave, it was spectacular. This was an easy cave to walk around, mostly it was a case of follow the leader. One of the natural lakes ...
... about 3 km out, but too far to walk. We dumped our gear at the hotel and rode back in to town. We found a little café down by the harbour for breakfast and ever eagle, eyed Kerrie discovered a poster on the wall about a Vespa and Lambretta Show and Shine happening just across the road. What beautiful, classic machines these are. Most were from the 1950’s and restored to a high degree. We spent an hour admiring the machines – not quite ...
... to be quite the disappointment. First of all I walked around in circles as I couldn't find ANY pizzeria.. then I took a few right turns, then a few left turns and stumbled across a tiny little place which had "OPEN" flashing on the door. I was dying for a pizza with prosciutto and chili mmmmmm. "Excuse me, Could I please order a Prosciutto pizza" I asked (I didn't have my Italian handbook on me). The chap behind the counter stared blankly at ...