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... ladies, who while they didn't speak English, did very well at communicating with us. It's pretty amazing what can be accomplished with hand gestures and a few words. I filled out a form they had for me in English, and then they copied what I wrote in the spaces from the English form to the Italian form so they could read it. Luckily things had started to move forward, and I've also heard back from my own bank where a formal investigation has been launched. Things are ...
... gave it a perk.
We spent our evening sitting by the main pool again and listening to the music. Every night they play music by the pool and it's the same rotation of European/Italian songs which EVERYONE loves and knows the choreographed dance to with English songs mixed in. The DJ also loves Bruno Mars and did a lot of singing over the music, which he butchered every time.
Banking issues aside, it was a pretty good day :)
... you showered the salt off. After this you went to the jacuzzi tubs, 3 with different temperatures and with different jets. Next was a really salty hot tub and from there you went to this "relaxation room" where they had calming music and video and these giant bean bag chairs/beds made out of leather. There was also a room where you could get free snacks (fruit, tea, water, toast and jams) and they had the beanbag chairs in there too. The pool also had at least ...
... pool in our region of the resort. There they played music and there was the pool bar nearby. However, we just weren't feeling it.
We remembered we had purchased the spa package. So we went to reception and found out there was a bus that took us to the wellness spa centre. There we were pleased to find out that it was pure heaven and it would redeem itself for us.
The spa centre had a complete pool, adults only, which was spectacular. ...
... waiter always asked if I was having it today...most days that was a "si"! (yes)
Now the food may be amazing...but here in Italy, its always complemented with wine. I tried some amazing flavours but my favourite here was a local Sardinian wine called "Tanca Farra" from Alghero which is in the North West of the island, and Famous for a place called "Neptunes Caves" dedicated to the God of the Sea. If I was converting it to a wine in Australia, it would ...