Hotel Baia Di Conte
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Nous avons quitté Minorque vendredi matin à 7 heures et sommes arrivés le lendemain (après 32 heures de navigation) en Sardaigne. Mercredi nous avons pris un bus au départ de l'hôtel qui se trouve pas loin de nous. Nous sommes allés visiter Alghero. Nous sommes allés à la messe à l'église de Saint Michel. Ensuite nous avons visité la ville et la ...
... Sardinia for a little R & R. Once again, this part of Italy was incredibly beautiful, clean, and the people were beyond friendly. This further proves my point that dirty, inefficient, unfriendly Rome is an anomaly in Italy. Sardinia is typically not a common stop for those who visit Italy, but if you ever get the chance, I highly suggest it!
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... like rooms with organ pipes but it was all caused by many years of dripping water forming those staligtites and staligmites. Clear sea water formed large pools of water inside and the temperature stayed at 18 degrees all year round. The cave was amazing.
We needed some lunch after this so we wandered up to near the sea wall and found a nice restaurant where we sat under some shade ...
... district close down between 1.00pm and 4.00pm each day, it can be annoying for the tourist if you haven't found lunch yet and only the expensive tourist set up places are open. We headed home for lunch too and I whipped up a Greek salad while we chilled out in the shady courtyard.
Later on we headed out on foot to the old part of town where a historic stone wall lined the foreshore and wrapped itself around the old village. ...
Left our lovely space behind today to head off to Alghero, a medium sized town on the top of the west coast of Sardinia. With a few sights to see along the rusty coloured landscape our first stop was Las Plassas where the ancient ruins of Marmilla castle is situated on top of an extinct volcano. Well we would have liked to walk up but a sign prohibited us in Sardinian, so we thought we better not or we'd get a ...