Hotel Corte rosada
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... watch the sunsets and the beaches had white sand that was as fine as silt!
But it was an early rise the next morning to head off for some coffee and to see the Old Walled City of Alghero!
Little bit of history, the last colony to have control over Alghero before it was added to the Italian state system was actually Catalunya. So the history of the Aragón and Catalunyan empire still has its effects it the old city where the majority of the ...
... huge and very mountainous island. It’s over 200km to the main southern city of Cagliari, so for our 4 day visit we decide to minimise travel and concentrate on one area. Another influencing factor is that on departure we have a 4:30am check-in for our car-ferry to Barcelona. So we’ve booked an apartment in the port town of Porto Torres in the north-west tip of the country. And yes: we double-check the departure date… Porto Torres is ...
... lack of needing to make reservations for normally crowded locals.
Our sunset first meal w/ local raw seafood anitpasta and white white wine was very nice though the presentation was visually appealing, some of the items could have used a little more preperation. Though Raeann was open to trying the Mediterranean Ceviche (oil/garlic/lemon) the prawns ...
Here is the experience of our trip. I will post another entry about the interesting history of Alghero.
One day I was browsing the Internet and came across Ryan air having a sale. Flights from Frankfurt Hahn to Alghero were only 8 euro one way. That's a pretty good deal, I thought to myself. Now only if I knew where Alghero was. I looked it up on google maps and found out it was an island in Italy. That would be a perfect trip to go relax right before ...
... mi aiutano a riconoscere i monti Minerva e Monteleone, che caratterizzano il paesaggio. Sono penetrato molto all'interrno. Al ritorno si vede, in lontananza, il brillio del mare. Ancora una salita di 5 km verso Montresta, dove mi fermo per una Ichnusa bevuta davanti a murales di Maria Carta e Maria Grazia Deledda.
Chiacchiero un po' con la barista.
Quando ero piccolo odiavo Maria Carta. ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed