Hotel Ristorante l'Esagono
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... home, different from other parts over this side of the world which is usually pebbles. We didn't have bathers with us, although Lee, BJ and I paddled in the Mediterranean. We picked up a couple of postcards to send to the grandkids, so Jeanette and I headed to the post office, 5 mins away. Meanwhile one hour later returned to pick up the boys and the boys had shot through without us. Five counters, only one that sold ...
... other coins, the lady feeling a bit embarrassed & it appears she didn't know either person! With us 'missing' for that time the boys were not where we left them, when all else fails go back to start - we got a clap when we turned up to catch shuttle back to boat. On board three of us had a complimentary massage, Gail had a foot massage, very nice although Lee was screwing his face up when the massage/oil began - very ...
An early departure from Trapini as 210 miles to go to our target on NE Sardinia. After all the winds we were pleasantly surprised at how calm the seas were. Dolphins out to play and all in all a pleasant trip but too much motor - we only managed to sail for about 5 hours at night which at ...
We LOVE Sardinia. It is a very beautiful place, the coastline and beaches are fabulous. Today started off promising a repeat of yesterday's weather - perfect blue skies to match the water and 29 degrees. Just right for experiencing what this part of Sardinia has to offer. I am writing this at the end of our day. We have just driven about 7k's down the road to a place called Portisco. We have parked the car and have walked ...
... close by at a place called Arzachena. We had both wanted to visit these sites as they date from the Bronze Age and are in remarkably good shape. What we saw was a Nuraghic burial tomb and a village. The stone "house' is amazing, how they managed this is impressive. It surprises me that we are able to walk through the area and even go into the circular stone house. From there onto another coastal town for ...