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... that much.....after that we wandered the cobble stoned streets which are so narrow...but some how cars seem to make there way down...... We then got some yummy gelato.....and then caught a bus to the local beach....was jam packed with kids.....and Len did go for a swim.....but I just did not feel like get salt up my clacker so I just walked along the beach...we then caught the bus back...and had a yummy meal on ...
... first time since arriving in Sardinia that we heard English, but it's not really surprising considering it is the biggest city on the island.
The plan for tomorrow is a short flight to Milan, followed by a train ride to Trieste in northeastern Italy. Let's hope this train journey works out better than the last one.
As for Sardinia, it will definitely be missed. ...
... us would agree to be photographed next to the sign ...
The highlight today was the visit to Su Nuraxi, the nuraghe at Barumni. This nuraghe is so special because it is the remains of a complete village commenced around 16th century BC and developed further until around 12th century BC. We had seen photos before we left home but they just didn't do it justice. You need to see it in person to understand its size and the work involved. It's truly ...
... of 'historico' signs showing the way. Considering this was quite a substantial set up we're surprised it hasn't been highlighted in some way.
Tonight will be a quiet one checking out the local food for dinner and then having an early night. As this is a seaside town, it's all very quiet at the moment. Lovely. The season kicks off in August we're told.
Tomorrow we head north.
(Accommodation: Hotel Dei ...
... we have a tour booked a couple of hours later we did not want to waste a minute of the time we had to explore this city. We made our way along the harbour front from the ship to the arcades of via Roma where cafe terraces offer excellent vantage points for watching the locals as well as the port traffic. Fine yachts and vessels inhabit the mariner adding to the view. You can weave your way along quirky little side streets between the via ...
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