Hotel Il Monastero
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Tomorrow morning at 7:30 am, we will be able to see land! Today, we did an early morning yoga class, lounged and sunbathed by the pool, ate lunch at the Mexican Cantina, did a stretch and relax class, ate a relaxing formal dinner and watched a show in the theater. Just chill'in waiting to get to ...
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We are catching our first flight tomorrow morning at 7:40am (so 2:40am at home) and will land in Halifax very late tomorrow night. Keep your fingers crossed for us that our luggage won't be overweight!! Luckily they have a scale in the lobby of our hotel, so we can check ahead of time.
Wish us luck on smooth travels and I'll see everyone when I get home :)
... to walk along the beach for about an hour picking up the prettiest shells and continuously gazing around at the amazing sea that kept washing onto shore.
Molentargius Saline Park was our next stop. Originally located above the old salt mines, some of the ponds in the park have saltwater. We had been told we needed to go because this is where a variety of exotic birds flock to including brightly colored flamingoes because the chemicals in the water enhance ...
... We took the bus number PQ to lungomare poetto (the beach) which was very pretty although a bit dirty. There were plenty of windsurfers out in the sea enjoying the wind... At least someone was!! The flamingos are in the saline lakes of parco molentargius. They call salt the white gold and because of this salty water a lot of animals are attracted there specifically the pink flamingos which ...
We arrived a little before 1:00 p.m. today. This is the first time the World has been to Cagliari and we were greeted by musicians and dancing along with a tasting of local drinks such as Mirto a strong sweet red wine and limoncello. We walked straight uphill into the old town called the Castello surrounded by walls still today. We walked to the top and entered thru the gate near the Archeological Museum and then walked down the narrow streets to Via Santa ...