Hotel Nuraghe Arvu
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... all over our patio area and it was so pretty. I definitely wish I could bring one of those trees home with me, but I don't even have to check to know that wouldn't be allowed.
We managed to book a shuttle directly through our resort that would take us to the Cagliari airport (about 2.5 hour drive) and from there we got a taxi from the taxi stand by the arrivals that took us to our hotel in Cagliari. It was by far the easiest transportation day we've had all trip.
... gave it a perk.
We spent our evening sitting by the main pool again and listening to the music. Every night they play music by the pool and it's the same rotation of European/Italian songs which EVERYONE loves and knows the choreographed dance to with English songs mixed in. The DJ also loves Bruno Mars and did a lot of singing over the music, which he butchered every time.
Banking issues aside, it was a pretty good day :)
... you showered the salt off. After this you went to the jacuzzi tubs, 3 with different temperatures and with different jets. Next was a really salty hot tub and from there you went to this "relaxation room" where they had calming music and video and these giant bean bag chairs/beds made out of leather. There was also a room where you could get free snacks (fruit, tea, water, toast and jams) and they had the beanbag chairs in there too. The pool also had at least ...
... sore from all the luggage lugging we had done over the last few weeks.
Eventually we encountered signs that helped point us in the general directions and we just kept going. At one point I got Brittany to stay behind while I walked ahead to see if the signs had the right directions for our resort, and I lucked out because they did. Eventually, after a long uphill battle with our suitcases we arrived, where we didn't have to touch our bags ...
... 1st July 2014, Tuesday
0830, awaiting boat to be put back in water and sea trial - FINALLY! By the time the italians got around to it though was 1115 before we actually left Sardinia back on route to Tunisia, Africa.
So, After what was expected to be a maximum 5day turn around trip Nice, France -> Tunisia, Africa we ended up spending 2 weeks in Sardinia. This is one thing I love about my job, you never know where you might end up tomorrow!