Hotel Del Corso
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Decided to go on a trip down the coast to a little place called Villisemus.
We wanted the coast road down but GPS did not, it took us on a newish motorway which wasn't blocked off at the turn off but we soon found out after traveling some distance down that we screamed the brakes on to avoid slamming into a container parked on the road with work men about! Turned back and with ...
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Landed Cagliari in Sardinia.
Already got parking ticket.
Driving here is intense.
You have to watch everyone.
Robyn stressed in drivers seat.
Italians slighty more erratic than french.
Arrived at accommodation with kitchenette.
Booked thru booking.com.
Keyed in address on sat nav.
Only gave us street so spent an hour asking and looking.
Nice place with self closing Doors.
Flamingos in lake next ...
... NEVER had a good piece of beef in all of Europe. I was afraid to order it but knew I wouldn't go hungry if I didn't like it. Eldon had the fish again. He finished his meal with a stuffed fried pancake of sorts with ricotta cheese and honey drizzled over it. I had my usual, gelato and finished all of it. Oh, Eldon also ordered a nice bottle of red wine (cannonau grape) for ...
... for this as half board we ordered everything we could order. We sure couldn't begin to eat all of it. Eldon started with an appetizer plate of cheese and salami, and I had the smoked tuna and swordfish with a citrine dressing. Mine was delicious; Eldon's was the same as we had for happy hour.
Eldon then ordered the spaghetti with red mullet roe, and I had the spaghetti pomadoro. Both of them were delicious, but we ...
... invaders. They didn't work, as the Catalano-Aragonese took over the city in 1326 and threw out the Pisans who had only taken the place over in 1258. Anyway a climb up the steep wooden stairs is rewarded by expansive views across the city and the Gulfo Di Cagliari. Coming back down is a little unnerving as each flight of stairs ends inches from the edge. As we descended the hill we stopped for coffee and tea. We ordered a tea and a long black, which here ...