Hotel Parco Torre Chia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... out from exhaustion then later we drove into the city to find some dinner. God another hell raising experience on the roads and took us ages to the point of frustration to find a bloody car park. Finally got one and walked a bit to the Via Roma area till we found some nice seafood and a spaghetti with clams and Bottarga. Thanks to the waitress for being patient with us over our choices.
Our entree was a selection of octopus, fish like a herring and tuna in a tomato and ...
... an americano. When the ordered arrived there was the tea, a bowl of crisps (a little weird) and then a cocktail with a straw. Our quizzical look soon had the waitress realising her mistake and disappearing with the strange orange cocktail but leaving the crips, however these also disappeared when the right coffee arrived. Apparently they also do a cocktail called americano. Sadly Cagliari comes across as an unloved place. Even the restoration of the Bastione San ...
... out to be captured in type. The Germans are still first to the sun beds, as occasioned by the towels on a couple of sun beds this morning at 7.30 when everyone else was still at breakfast or hadn't even got up yet. You may say 'snooze you loose' but there be must enough sun loungers for nearly every passenger and the sun had not yet managed to reach the sun-deck. The English only want to talk about football ...
... t for sale.
The café we went to for lunch was originally used as a post office and still have the places that the horses would drink from at the back of the shop (see picture also). There was a crypt under the shop with bones in, but we couldn't see it because it's to dangerous getting down there.
On the way to the ship we bought some all natural and yummy Sardinian sweets made of almond which are locally grown. Everything was made from almond.
... as clear as we have had, but very refreshing.
Then a short walk to see the flamingos on the ancient roman salt pans. (The romans used the salt for preserving their goods-very extensive).
Back on the bus and home for a siesta.
Thank god graham'had a calzone.
Ithought I might get a bite about the tea Mike!
Off to Spain /Salamanca tomorrow and catching up with Lorraine on Saturday.
Jeff and Ann