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I visit Sardinia for a few years, till one day a door opened in my path and I had the occasion to move in the Island. I went around searching for the right spot, till I found Sant'Antioco. Is the small city on the isle of the island. Sant'Antioco is the name of this small island and on it there are 2 small town, just right on the water. Those are Calasetta and Sant'antioco.
I choosed Sant'Antioco, is nice and there is people going around nearly all year. ...
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 ...
We all have a sleepin and Rory very kindly has given me his cold and I don't feel a hundred percent and skip brekkie. We can have a relaxing day today but we have to get packed and bags sorted as we have an early start in the morning our last day:-( as we are visiting Montserrat and then an airport transfer and we need to be ready to go by ...
This morning, after some breakfast ice cream we headed south, destination Cagliari. The drive was smooth, scenic, and filled with grazing sheep. I used some leftover points to get us a room at a Holiday Inn close to the airport.
We didn't research Cagliari too much, but it seems like a decent city. The food is alright, the old town is pretty, and the vibe is laid back. ...
... practised his English on us.
One thing we have found in Sardinia is that one of the first things they say when they have asked where we are from is: 'ah such a long way'. He was really helpful though and suggested a trattoria in another alley. We had actually tried it earlier at 8.30 when the sign said it opened, but it was still closed. Much like Spain, there seems to be a type of siesta thing happening here but there are no set rules as some places ...
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