Hotel Le Torri
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to get the names of 2 young women who work on the weekly slot tournaments. They were particularly helpful, welcoming and always called me by my name. Quite amazing really when you think of the number of people they encounter every cruise. Now in our third week, there are fewer and fewer entertainment events that we haven't already seen or done, so our evenings are getting shorter. Just as well, because soon it will be back to reality! ...
- Gum trees
- So many Brilliant stars, with shooting stars that must have been quite close as they were so big, bright and long.
- Stories of bandits kidnapping children and cutting off their ears.
- Gina and Tullio - Cristina's lovely parents (and our's too for the week).
- San Salvatore which is like a western town - western movies have been filmed there.
- Hiking up sand dunes to ...
Third day on the cruise and everyone is very relaxed. Boys love kids club (club popi) and have made friends with another Spanish boys Migual and the teacher Matt is a huge hit. They didn't come home until midnight when the club finished. As Nic and I are sharing a room I was shocked here I am a parent waiting for our 12 and 9 year olds to come home so WE can go to sleep. A sign of things to ...
... are a lot of stones in the water too and we walk on them a bit. there are maybe two sunbathers on the beach and one is a topless lady. I didn't even notice it at first but naturally my husband did. She's probably lucky I didn't accidentally take a photo of her. As we don't have swimsuits and no desire to get into the cold water anyway, we head back to town to find some lunch.Again it was hard to find a place to park and ...
... the women there a new and quicker route to my destination today, Oristano. I managed a bus to Sassari, ordering lunch, a train to Oristano and dinner all without English. Along the way I met a friendly old man on the street who walked me to my hotel, another friendly man at the local Duomo, and a pizza chef. All in VERY broken italiano. It has been a very tiring day ensuring that I got everything ...