Hotel Palazzo Sa Pischedda
Travel Blogs from Bosa Marina
... epic thunder storm (we swam in the rain!).
We spent the majority of the next two days swimming, lying by the pool, reading books and trying local food in the restaurant having a much needed relax time! We ventured out in the car once to visit a little town near by. After navigating our way through basically vertical streets that were barely wide enough for one car (bad luck to meet someone coming the other way!) we decided it was easier ...
... busier in the evening after 8pm when hundreds of people would come out with their families, dogs, bikes.. for dinner and of course gelato.
By the sea, there was a street where lots of vendors would display their food, desserts and crafts, pics ...
... It was another quaint town and it's interesting to see the girls who work in shops wearing white pinafores. I don't think that would catch on with our checkout chicks - or blokes for that matter.
Oristano was one of the major cities we passed on the way and we had a quick stop at the nearby Marina di Torres Grande but when it comes to grand(e), it was hard to top some of the towns further north.
Towards the end of the day ...
... are in Italian and Catalan as well!
But this walled city was used by the Spanish, the Carthaginians, the Romans, and the Phonexians way back when in history. Now adays, it is the major tourist attraction that displays its stunning walls along the ocean, its incredible churches within the city, and of course...the best ITALIAN FOOD EVER!
So day one began at what became my favourite coffee spot. It was a small coffee spot along the wall where you ...
... br> Mediterranean cuisine at its best, well recommended travel for food lovers (like me!).
Enough about food! I'm not a restaurant guide (but, I guess I could be! haha).
Nest stop - London. Tasks of the day: land safely, get home, get the luggage organised from the house, clean up, leave the keys to the owner, and go to Heathrow Airport!
Ciao Italia, arrivederci! Ci vidiamo (no) presto!