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Travel Blogs from Alghero
... 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 ...
... the entrance to this little hotel is down a narrow lane cobbled with stones.
Coming down the hill into Bosa was pretty special as the view across to the town showed the old part of town with each house painted a different colour. It is really a lovely town.
We're not sure where we'll be stopping tomorrow night but can't wait to hit the road and discover more of Sardinia. It's certainly a beautiful place!
... Grotto di Nettuno (Caves up Neptune) After descending 652 steps we ended up at these caves and took the tour, seeing incredible Stalagmites and Stalactites formed by dripping fresh water from above and depositing calcium carbonates to form incredible columns in this massive cave.
After the last evening spent having gelato and watching the sunset, we hopped on the Ryanair flight back home and were left craving just one more plate of pasta or pizza of Alghero!
... slept in a hotel, and got some time for ourselves. Always look on the bright side of life, they say.
Other than those perturbation, we haven't had. The rest of the days went smoothly.
City of Alghero shone in its natural beauty: The old fortress, which centuries ago protected from invasions, nowadays serves as a local attraction, and is the hub of shopping, eating out and nightlife. Set on the sea, with the ...
... the sons - and older people. Not many fathers in sight. The beach setting is really impressive: pristine white sands, rock pools and crystal clear turquoise blue water separating the mainland from several nearby islands.
We sunbathe and swim in the coolish Sardinian sea. It’s our first ‘beach-day’ since departing Bali, and feels just right to chill-out and relax for a while as we ponder our 4am wake-up call the next ...